Thanks for sending the files. The reason this happens is that in the input with the SAVEDATA command, you ask for factor scores which causes the model to include thresholds whereas in the other analysis, the model did not include thresholds.
Hi again! another question regarding the above. Is it not contradictory that the WRMR produce a better (that is: lower) value when more parameters are estimated (as when the thresholds are estimated when the SAVEDATA command is used to ask for factor scores)? Should it not be the other way around? Should'nt I be "punished" by a higher WRMR value when I estimate more parameters? I have read what is in the Technical Appendices, but I still do not no know what this has to do with the thresholds. Are not the thresholds estimated either way, regardless if I ask for them or not?
And another question regarding WRMR. Could a high WRMR value indicate something particularly, especially in the analysis performed above.