How do I identify in my output the parameter that has a problem? i.e. THE STANDARD ERRORS OF THE MODEL PARAMETER ESTIMATES COULD NOT BE COMPUTED. THE MODEL MAY NOT BE IDENTIFIED. CHECK YOUR MODEL. PROBLEM INVOLVING PARAMETER 310. Is there a sequence, so that I should go through the output, starting with loadings first, then structural parameters, correlated errors, variances, etc until I reach this number? Thanks
I have an indicator in my measurement model that is behaving very strangely. There is an outlandishly high covariance with the other indicators and TECH 1 indicates a very high start value for that parameter. I have examined the variable and cannot find any coding issues or univariate distribution issues with it. I even cheated and tried to use it as the fixed parameter but that didn't work either. Any suggestions as to another set of diagnostics for it?