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Re: st: heteroscedasticity test for probit and oprobit

From   Mark Schaffer <>
To, Hyojoung Kim <>
Subject   Re: st: heteroscedasticity test for probit and oprobit
Date   Sat, 25 Sep 2004 19:30:56 +0100 (BST)

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Quoting Hyojoung Kim <>:

> dear statalists,
> i am wondering whether there is any way of testing for
> heteroscedasticity in
> probit or ordered probit, i.e., an equivalent for hettest in OLS
> regress.
> If not, what do you usually do if you suspect it in your dataset?
> looking forward to hearing from you soon, thank you for your
> advice.
> hyojoung
> Hyojoung Kim
> Assistant Professor of Sociology
> University of Washington
> 202 Savery Hall, Box 353340
> Seattle, WA 98195-3340
> (Phone) 206-543-9644
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