Do you mean "ignore the test" b/c I need to fix my "extreme values" first and then rerun or do you mean "ignore the test" such that i can ignore the chisq but accept the rest of the outcomes? Do I scrap the analysis or keep working on them or accept them as they are?
I guess I just don't understand what this means. could you please clarify?
I mean when there are many cells deleted, you should ignore the chi-square test. The rest of the results are fine unless there is another message you are not mentioning. Questions like this are best sent to support with a full output to obtain a full answer.
Brianna H posted on Friday, March 21, 2014 - 9:44 am
Hello. I am running a Poisson linear growth model with one time-invarying predictor of the slope and three time-invarying predictors of the intercept. The output I requested is "patterns residual standardized TECH1 TECH8," but the Chi-square is not printed in the Model Fit information. The only two fit statistics are the Loglikelihood, AIC, BIC, and adjusted BIC. However, when I specify that one of the predictors of intercept should covary with the other two predictors, I do get a chi-square in the output. Can you please help me understand why this is happening? Thank you.