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st: RE: ...residulas indipendence test...
Indeed. Durbin-Watson tests _specifically_
for dependence w.r.t. time. Once everything
is for the same time, that is not
applicable. Even if you had something
exceptional, like observations in a one-dimensional
spatial series, the kind of dependency
which might be expected there would not
match what Durbin-Watson tests for, i.e. "previous"
in time does not correspond to "next" in space.
That is, in space, one expects influences to
propagate in all directions, not just from
"past" to "present".
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> My question is about the verify of the OLS residuals
> indipendnce assumption.
> In the web book in UCLA web site I heve read that is possible
> use the DW
> test also for the cross-sectional regression (but I have
> study that the
> DW is only for the time series) or apply a grafic method but
> it seems to
> me not very clear, and so I asked for any help.
> Many many thanks.
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