xxMwhat's the command for fit indices – xxM https://xxm.times.uh.edu/forums/topic/whats-the-command-for-fit-indices/feed/ Tue, 23 Jan 2018 17:58:05 +0000 http://bbpress.org/?v=2.5.14-6684 en-US https://xxm.times.uh.edu/forums/topic/whats-the-command-for-fit-indices/#post-2061 <![CDATA[what's the command for fit indices]]> https://xxm.times.uh.edu/forums/topic/whats-the-command-for-fit-indices/#post-2061 Sat, 11 Jul 2015 22:04:49 +0000 chaokuochen could you tell me what’s the command for all fit indices such as gfi, cif, rsmea, chi-square, degree-of-freedom, etc?

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https://xxm.times.uh.edu/forums/topic/whats-the-command-for-fit-indices/#post-2067 <![CDATA[Reply To: what's the command for fit indices]]> https://xxm.times.uh.edu/forums/topic/whats-the-command-for-fit-indices/#post-2067 Wed, 26 Aug 2015 22:20:09 +0000 fabricio I very much second that question. However, I would like to further develop it a bit.

Although most fit indices are not available or reliable for multilevel SEM, there are some good suggestions like those rfom Yuan and Bentler (2007) and Ryu E., West S. G. (2009). Considering that xxM is specifically intended for multilevel SEM, I am also wondering whether it already implements any of these state-of-art fit indices or an other solutions I’m not aware of. That’s by the way the most important incentive for me to move towards using xxM.

Thanks in advance.

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