Econometrics.m: A Package for Doing Econometrics in Mathematica

  • David A. Belsley

Abstract

Econometrics is an area of applied statistics that has developed with a very strong individual flavor although its techniques are also widely used in such disciplines as biometrics, psychometrics, and sociometrics, and, to be somewhat polemical, are applicable to a far wider statistical audience than seems aware of their need.

Keywords

Ordinary Little Square Serial Correlation Kronecker Product Screen Display Missing Observation 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1993

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