Regression diagnostics, Advanced Statistics

Regression diagnostics is the process designed to investigate the suppositions underlying particular forms of regression examination, for instance, homogeneity of variance, normality, etc., or to examine the influence of particular data points or small groups of data points on the estimated regression coefficients. 

 

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