LinearModelTest_LinearModelDurbinWatson¶
- LinearModelTest_LinearModelDurbinWatson(*args)¶
Test the autocorrelation of the linear regression model residuals.
Available usages:
LinearModelTest.LinearModelDurbinWatson(firstSample, secondSample)
LinearModelTest.LinearModelDurbinWatson(firstSample, secondSample, hypothesis, level)
LinearModelTest.LinearModelDurbinWatson(firstSample, secondSample, linearModelResult)
LinearModelTest.LinearModelDurbinWatson(firstSample, secondSample, linearModelResult, hypothesis, level)
- Parameters
- firstSample2-d sequence of float
First tested sample.
- secondSample2-d sequence of float
Second tested sample, of dimension 1.
- linearModelResult
LinearModelResult
A linear model. If not provided, it is built using the given samples.
- hypothesisstr
Hypothesis H0 for the residuals. It can be : ‘Equal’ to 0, ‘Less’ than 0 or ‘Greater’ than 0. Default is set to ‘Equal’ to 0.
- levelpositive float
Threshold p-value of the test (= first kind risk), it must be , equal to 0.05 by default.
- Returns
- testResult
TestResult
Structure containing the result of the test.
- testResult
See also
Notes
The LinearModelTest class is used through its static methods in order to evaluate the quality of the linear regression model between two samples. The linear regression model between the scalar variable and the -dimensional one is as follows:
where is the residual.
The Durbin-Watson test checks the autocorrelation of the residuals. It is possible to test is the autocorrelation is equal to 0, and less or greater than 0. The p-value is computed using a normal approximation with mean and variance of the Durbin-Watson test statistic. If the binary quality measure is false, then the given autocorrelation hypothesis can be rejected with respect to the given level.
Examples
>>> import openturns as ot >>> ot.RandomGenerator.SetSeed(0) >>> distribution = ot.Normal() >>> sample = distribution.getSample(30) >>> func = ot.SymbolicFunction('x', '2 * x + 1') >>> firstSample = sample >>> secondSample = func(sample) + ot.Normal().getSample(30) >>> test_result = ot.LinearModelTest.LinearModelDurbinWatson(firstSample, secondSample) >>> print(test_result) class=TestResult name=Unnamed type=DurbinWatson binaryQualityMeasure=true p-value threshold=0.05 p-value=0.653603 statistic=0.448763 description=[H0: auto.cor=0]