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st: Basic question on interpreting Durbin alternative test for autocorrelation


From   "Josiane Georges" <jgeorges@health.nyc.gov>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Basic question on interpreting Durbin alternative test for autocorrelation
Date   Tue, 18 Dec 2007 12:51:57 -0500

This is my first time running this test and I am not sure how to
interpret the results.

. estat durbinalt

Durbin's alternative test for autocorrelation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
    lags(p)  |          chi2               df                 Prob >
chi2
-------------+----------------------------------------------------------
---
       1     |          0.998               1                   0.3179
------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
                        H0: no serial correlation

Does this mean the regression model I just created contains a serial
correlation?

Josiane "Josie" Georges
Analyst, Liaison to the Division of Mental Hygiene
Policy & Planning
DOHMH
Tel: 212-788-5342
Fax: 212-788-5353




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