Katerina Gk posted on Saturday, October 12, 2013 - 4:26 pm
I have a two level model. Some variables of my data are answered from teachers and they refer to ther principal. So I decided that those answers I must put on the between level. Do I need to specify the between level I mean BETWEEN IS l1 l2 l3.....or this is by default?. My data include different answers in the same school.
Be definition, the values of a between-level variable are the same for each cluster member.
Katerina Gk posted on Monday, October 14, 2013 - 4:43 pm
Thank you for your reply, make sense what you mean, but the data of the leadership is on the school level. Is it possible to reccomend me something to do in order to use these data only to between part??? I am a little be confused...Next I add my code, my problem is with the variable on the between level l1 l2 l3 l4....
USEVARIABLES = sxoleio l2 l3 ...; CLUSTER IS school;
Small insignificant negative residual variances can be fixed at zero. Regression coefficients can be greater than one.
Katerina Gk posted on Monday, October 21, 2013 - 4:17 pm
Thank you very much for your message!
Katerina Gk posted on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - 7:30 am
I have two queries: 1)is it possible to run and accept the standards error of a twolevel model having only models in between level keeping the within part clear but having in the model? 2)I get negative factor loadings at between level and positive at within and when I test impacts I get negative sign even in within part. Could a possible explanation be that ,between schools, teachers are dissatisfied with their job? My model is measured teachers' job satisfaction. Is this possible or do I make any mistake in the command?
WITHIN IS e1...; BETWEEN IS e1_mm...; Missing are all (999); DEFINE:e1_mm= CLUSTER_MEAN (e1); ... ANAL: TYPE IS twolevel; ESTIMATOR IS WLSMV; ALGORITHM=INTEGRATION; INTEGRATION=MONTECARLO; model: %within% er1_w by e1* ..; er2_w by ..; ... er1_w-er4_w@1; er1_w ON le; a1_w by a3* a6 ... ; a2_w ... ; a1_w-a2_w@1; er1_w ON a1_w; %between% er1_b by e1_mm* ..; er2_b by ..; ... er1_b-er4@1; er4_b WITH er5_b@0; er1_b ON lev_mm; a1_b by a3_mm* .. a2_b by ... a1_b-a2_b@1; er1_b ON a1_b; ...