February 13, 2016
Mplus Web Training and Handouts
Mplus Web Talks
Mplus Web Talks is a new feature where presentations related to new methods in Mplus are recorded for viewing on the web. A first set of talks presents new features in Mplus Version 5 and 5.1. Click here to view these talks.
Web Seminars On Modeling Using Mplus
to watch analyses demonstrating
the Mplus integration of structural equation modeling, growth modeling, mixture modeling
(latent class analysis), multilevel modeling, and combinations of such modeling. The web
site provides a series of seminars recorded by the UCLA Academic Technology Services group.
Using Mplus Version 3, the first seminar gives an overview and examples of the many unique
modeling capabilities, while subsequent seminars discuss modeling applications in the areas
of latent class analysis, discrete-time survival analysis, and modeling with a preponderance
of zeros (zero inflation). Handouts for the seminars are also available at this web site.
One-Day Mplus Workshop
Click here (http://smabs.org/contributions-view.php?code=178kwnrwp) to watch a one-day workshop giving an overview of structural equation modeling, growth modeling, mixture modeling, and multilevel modeling in Mplus. This one-day course was given at the July 2004 SMABS meeting in Jena, Germany. Click here for the abstract of the course. Click here for the handout of the workshop.
Course On Statistical Analysis With Latent Variables Using Mplus
Click here (http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/seminars/ed231e/) to watch movies on latent variable analysis using Mplus in the form of a 20-lecture UCLA course given by Bengt Muthen, Spring 2004. Click here to see the syllabus, readings, data, and assignments for the course (http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/faculty/muthen/courses.htm). The lectures were recorded by the UCLA Videoconference Services group and transferred to the web by the UCLA Academic Technology Services group.