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 Julian Rubel license number: SABC60080610 posted on Wednesday, February 07, 2018 - 8:34 am

I have a problem concerning the trend analysis and I hope you can help me with that. Here is my syntax.


NAMES = id_new sitzung Inter Intra HSCL
Inter_L1 Intra_L1 WW_L1 HSCL_L1
Inter_L2 Intra_L2 HSCL_L2;

MISSING = all (-99);
USEVARIABLES = Inter Intra time;

CLUSTER = id_new;
LAGGED = inter(1);
TINTERVAL = sitzung(1);

WITHIN = Inter Intra time;


TYPE = twolevel random;
ESTIMATOR = bayes;


time = sitzung;


p_11 | Inter ON Inter&1;
p_22 | Intra ON Intra&1;
p_12 | Intra ON Inter&1;
p_21 | Inter ON Intra;
t1 | Inter ON time;
t2 | Intra ON time;

if I leave the time variable completely out, the model runs fine. On the between level all variables and random effects are correlated. I hope you can help me with the problem. Thanks in advance.
 Bengt O. Muthen posted on Wednesday, February 07, 2018 - 8:53 am
Looks correct. Please send the output (and data if possible) to Support.
 Bengt O. Muthen posted on Wednesday, February 07, 2018 - 8:54 am
Also send the gh5 file so we can look at the traceplot to see if a parameter is going awry.
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