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To address this, we conducted weighted least squares regression (Rubin and Little 2002; Halbesleben and Whitman 2013).
The local regression problem can be formalized by using locally weighted least squares (e.
2006) used log-normal kriging based on a spherical model to interpolate daily data on a national scale, and the weighted least squares method of parameter estimation without manual adjustment.
Woeste  showed, for lumber strength versus modulus of elasticity, that a weighted least squares regression can provide a better fit for cases having non-uniform residual variance than a simple least squares regression model.
Weighted least squares estimates reveal a value of the unemployment elasticity of pay that is close to the international consensus estimate of -0.
In case of genuine heteoscedasticity, the method of weighted least squares (WLS) provides efficient estimates of regression and valid inferences.
Confirmatory factor analyzes of the items loading on the four factors were conducted using the generally weighted least squares method of LISREL (7.
The procedures are run using both weighted least squares and the natural logarithm as a dependent variable.