Hello Is it possible to use example 9.2 to plot a crosslevel interaction when it is a multilevel logistic regression model? I am not sure how to interpret the effects because they are log odds. Thanks, Miranda
Thank you for the link. Do I understand it correctly that this input will plot the simple slopes on the y axis, that is, the effect of Y ON X, for different values of the moderator (x axis)?
Is it possible to plot actual data points, based on the simple slopes. Thus, plotting the relation between x (on x axis) and outcome y (y axis) for different values of moderator (say, -1SD and +1SD shown as two separate lines)? If so, how would I set this up in Mplus language?
Yes, using the LOOP and PLOT options in Model Constraints, the PLOT option can have more than one argument so that more than one thing is plotted in the graph for the same x-axis. See for example this script from our RMA book: