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6/28/20
Can I design one item cross several factors in lavaan model?
modificationindices() indicate item `q21` may affect several factors `f5`,`f6`,`f1`,`f4` as below:
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Can I design one item cross several factors in lavaan model?
modificationindices() indicate item `q21` may affect several factors `f5`,`f6`,`f1`,`f4` as below:
6/28/20
Deon de Bruin
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6/3/20
Modification indices with multiplegroup cfa
Apologies. I see that this question has previously been answered. One should use the lavTestScore()
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Modification indices with multiplegroup cfa
Apologies. I see that this question has previously been answered. One should use the lavTestScore()
6/3/20
Dr. Fernán Arana
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Edward Rigdon
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5/6/20
correlating different set of residuals covariances across groups
Thanks a lot!! That worked excellently. Didn´t find this solution before so thanks! El lunes, 4 de
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Thanks a lot!! That worked excellently. Didn´t find this solution before so thanks! El lunes, 4 de
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2/28/19
questions about modification indices
Should I take sepc.lv, sepc.all, sepc.nox references to revise my model ? They have the same
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Should I take sepc.lv, sepc.all, sepc.nox references to revise my model ? They have the same
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Emmanuel W
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Terrence Jorgensen
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11/29/18
modification indices with lavTestLRT
When I said "which method would be the "best", I was referring to methods like "
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modification indices with lavTestLRT
When I said "which method would be the "best", I was referring to methods like "
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Emmanuel W
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Terrence Jorgensen
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10/26/18
modification indices in a second-order model
I didn't understand if it concerned the total score test or all the individual p-values (each
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modification indices in a second-order model
I didn't understand if it concerned the total score test or all the individual p-values (each
10/26/18
Shaun Fisher
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Jeremy Miles
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9/28/18
Confusing modification indices suggesting a change that is already specified in the model
Because it's the first item in the latent variable, it's constrained to 1, for identification
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Confusing modification indices suggesting a change that is already specified in the model
Because it's the first item in the latent variable, it's constrained to 1, for identification
9/28/18
Manolo Cabran
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Terrence Jorgensen
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8/14/18
Different modification indeces for r-lavaan and Mplus
One important difference is the estimator: in `MPlus` is `ML`, in `R` is `FIML`. You are confusing
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Different modification indeces for r-lavaan and Mplus
One important difference is the estimator: in `MPlus` is `ML`, in `R` is `FIML`. You are confusing
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