The coefficients with p-values of 999 have been fixed so have no standard error or test of significance. You would interpret them as those in CH class 1 have a zero probability of being in CD class one for example.
John Woo posted on Thursday, October 21, 2010 - 3:21 pm
Thank you, Linda.
I have one more follow-up question.
If I am manually computing for multiple-imputed results (i.e., averaging the parameter coefficients), what value should I use for the coefficient value of those that have p-values of 999s.
For example, for the dataset above, should I use "-37.236" for cd#1 on ch#1 coefficient?