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Date:         Wed, 23 Feb 2005 11:41:43 -0500
Reply-To:     "Baglioni, Tony" <ajb2t@comm.virginia.edu>
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From:         "Baglioni, Tony" <ajb2t@comm.virginia.edu>
Subject:      Durbin-Watson statistic
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Is there any way within SPSS to test a significance test of the Durbin-Watson statistic? I know the stat has a range between 0 and 4 and that values of 2 suggest there is no autocorrelation. But, is it possible to obtain a test of whether a D-W is significantly different from 2?

TIA

Tony

A. J. Baglioni, jr.

McIntire School of Commerce

University of Virginia

ajb2t@virginia.edu

(434) 924-4961


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