- Volume 11 Issue 1
The variance inflation factor can be expressed by the square of the ratio of t-statistics associated with slopes of partial regression and partial residual plots. Disagreement of two sides in the interpretation can be occurred, and we analyze it with some illustrations.
- Journal of Royal Statistical Society, Series, B v.29 Topics in the investigation of linear relation fitted by the method of least squares(with discussion) Anscombe, F. J.
- The American Statistician v.49 Graphical Interpretation of Variance Inflation Factors Rober A. Stine
- Regression Diagnostics Chatterjee, S.;Price, B.
- Technometrics v.15 The Use of Individual Effects and Residuals in Fitting Equations to Data Wood, F. S.
- Data Analysis and Regression Mosteller, F.;Tukey, J. W.
- Regression Diagnostics: Identifying Influential Data and Sources of Collinearity Belsley, D. A.;Kuh, E.;Welsch, R. E.
- Applied Linear Regression Weisberg, S.
- American Statistical Association v.41 no.2 Diagnostic Value of Residual and Partial Residual Plots Mansfield, E. R.;Conerly, M. D.
- Applied Regression Analysis(2nd edition) Draper, N. R.;Smith, H.
- Journal of the American Statistical Association v.19 A method of handling curvilinear correlation for any number of variables Ezekeil, M.
- Residuals and Influence in Regression Cook, R. D.;Weisberg, S.
- Technometrics v.14 The use of partial residual plots in regression analysis Larsen, W. A.;McCleary, S. J.
- Technometrics v.12 Generalized inverses, ridge regression, biased linear estimation, and nonlinear estimation Marquardt, D. W.