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Course: GEO 4167, Spring 2012
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on More the Reliability, Precision, and Performance of the regression model and its estimated parameters. As the least-squares coefficient/parameter estimates ( j's) and the SRF's ability to explain variation in the dependent variable (Y) can vary from sample to sample, what is needed are some sort of measures of reliability and precision. Let us review some of the more useful indices and tests. 1. Standard error...

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