[Openspace] question on weighted least square
koschins at uiuc.edu
Mon Mar 19 12:31:48 CST 2007
It's currently not yet possible to control for both spatial autocorrelation
and heteroskedasticity in GeoDa.
This is one of the topics in Dr. Anselin's summer workshop "Frontiers of
In the workshop labs, participants will be able to work with code that SAL
developed in this context.
From: openspace-bounces at sal.uiuc.edu [mailto:openspace-bounces at sal.uiuc.edu]
On Behalf Of Allon Crazy
Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2007 11:39 AM
To: openspace at sal.uiuc.edu
Subject: [Openspace] question on weighted least square
I am a new user of Geoda. It seems my data needs to
put spatial weights. After I used the spatial lag and
error models, the heteroscedaticity is not gone,
still. I want to put the spatial weight back and use
GLS to run regression in my statistic software, but I
do not know how to view the spatial weights matched
with my orginal dataset so that I can open in my
regulat statistic software. Or, is there any way I can
calculate GLS in Geoda as well, in addition to
applying for spatial weights.
Or any suggestions?
I would appreciate.
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