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04-21-2012 03:23 AM

Hi, all,

I am trying to get asymptotic covariance matrix of estimates assuming heteroscedasticity in * surveyreg* or

Is there any similar option in * surveyreg / GLM*?

Many thanks!

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08-03-2015 12:07 PM

Hello,

Did you ever work this out?

I'm having a similar problem with needing to create a covariance matrix in surveyreg.

Thanks!

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08-05-2015 08:35 AM

The COVB option in the model statement will give the covariance matrix of the estimates. Also available are the X'X and inverseX'X. If there are weights, then these involve the weight matrix as well. Right off hand, I don't see a way to model heteroscedasticity in SURVEYREG though, so these are likely homogeneous variance estimates.

Steve Denham

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