Not automatically. But you have access to the data behind the posterior distribution that you see in the plot and you could then find the intervals you want.
Dexin Shi posted on Friday, March 01, 2013 - 2:29 pm
Thanks, Dr. Muthens; (1) is there any way I can save/get access the chains of values for the posterior distributions of the parameters? (I tried to look at the SAVEDATA command, but cannot get it work); (2) I was also wondering can I get access/save the bootstrap samples to an external file using Mplus 7. Thanks for your time.
It is more subtle. We don't have an easy way to do this within Mplus. You would need either the Mplus automation or some other batch environment to do this in a Montecarlo but you have to save the confidence interval from each run and then average those.