Notes: * Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed), ** = Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed), *** = Construct measured through single indicator ****************Sample end*************
I learned that I would have to use TECH4 to get the correlation matrix. My question would be - how do I get the significance levels? I would be interested: 1) In the command I have to use. 2) How to interprete the output of that command.
You divide the correlation by its standard error. I can't follow what you are showing. If the ratio is greater than 1.96, it is significant. If this does not answer your question, send the output and your license number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am really new to Mplus - I am trying to calculate the significance of the correlations between various latent variables - I get a correlation matrix (TECH4) but not matrix for standard errors - how will I be able to do this?
Hi there, I was hoping to include a correlation matrix with latent and endogenous variables for my paper. My question is with v6 of MPlus how can I go about creating this matrix. I have the correlations from Tech4 but how do I get the standard errors so that I can calculate the p values?
Do we use the correlations and p values offered by 'with' statements?