If you’ve compared two textbooks on linear models, chances are, you’ve seen two different lists of assumptions.
I’ve spent a lot of time trying to get to the bottom of this, and I think it comes down to a few things.
1. There are four assumptions that are explicitly stated along with the model, and some authors stop there.
2. Some authors are writing for introductory classes, and rightfully so, don’t want to confuse students with too many abstract, and sometimes untestable, [Read more…] about The Assumptions of Linear Models: Explicit and Implicit