You would need to put the variables LMEM LCLT LEPT on the WITHIN list and create between-level counterparts for them using the CLUSTER_MEAN option of the DEFINE command. Then you can correct the variables for reliability on within and between.
Melvin C Y posted on Thursday, January 26, 2012 - 3:07 am
the syntax based on your comments is below. However, I think I'm still missing something. Would appreciate if you could give me a few pointers on where I might have gone wrong. Thanks!
-------------- USEVAR ARE MEM,CLT,EPT BMEM BCLT BEPT !new var defined ;
CLUSTER = School; WITHIN ARE MEM,CLT,EPT; MISSING ARE ALL (-999);
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Alex Baron posted on Monday, December 07, 2015 - 7:58 am
I am trying to specify a latent construct at both levels 1 and 2, but I receive the error following message: "The labels %BETWEEN% or %WITHIN% must be specified".
I tried to use the CLUSTER_MEAN function to create a between-level counterpart of the within-level latent factor like this:
However, SR_1 - SR_4 are only later defined as latent constructs in the model command, so I cannot put them on the USEVARIABLES list or WITHIN lists without receiving an error. Could you please help me with this problem? Thanks so much.