Durbin-Watson of 1.97

Hi there,

I ran the Durbin-Watson test for my dataset.
n = 744 (sample), k = 9 (variables)

My result is a DW of 1.97.
SPSS does not show upper and lower d in the results section, which means: I do not know if there is evidence of no autocorrelation.

How can I interpret this result?

Thanks in advance.
If you need more information, please let me know.
I was about to write an answer when I had read the first post.

Then I saw the second post, and I must say I agree with Dason. Why should anybody take interest in writing an answer to fxen3k?

In textbooks explaining about Durbin-Watson there is also an explanation how to find critical limits and also how to get an approximative autocorrelation estimate.

If you need more information, please let me know.
Yes please!
Explain to us what you have tried so far!


Point Mass at Zero
50 views and nobody has an idea of interpreting this result? Kinda funny ;-) as if nobody really knows...
I find this rude.
None of us get paid here to answer these questions. We are here to help because we are all enthusiastic about it and keen to learn and share our knowledge.
The least we expect is courtesy and polite behavior.
First I want to thank all of you for your support. I know, my second statement was not appropriate. But I am not able to relate your behavior. After posting such a "cheeky" statement I have received so many replies. Thanks again! ;)
And don't be huffish so fast. :)