I ignore here that I have populations commonly

I have heard that heteroscedastcity is not an issue when you have large sample sizes (I have ten thousand plus cases normally) because even if it exists the statistical test will be asymptotically correct. But I have also read that this is not the case, because heteroscedastcity influences the assumed distribution it will invalidate statistical test even with large sample sizes.

It would be nice for statisticians could agree on something

I have heard that heteroscedastcity is not an issue when you have large sample sizes (I have ten thousand plus cases normally) because even if it exists the statistical test will be asymptotically correct. But I have also read that this is not the case, because heteroscedastcity influences the assumed distribution it will invalidate statistical test even with large sample sizes.

It would be nice for statisticians could agree on something

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