Leverage Plots for General Linear Hypotheses

@inproceedings{Sall1990LeveragePF,
  title={Leverage Plots for General Linear Hypotheses},
  author={John Sall},
  year={1990}
}
Abstract Leverage plots are a generalization of partial-regression leverage plots, extending the idea to apply to general linear hypothesis tests. Leverage plots can show the point-by-point composition of the sum of squares for a hypothesis test. They are valuable in revealing the degree of fit, the parameter estimates, the residuals, a measure of the variance of the fit, influential points, nonfitting points, nonlinearities, and even collinearity. 

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