Rosanna posted on Wednesday, December 02, 2015 - 8:17 am
I'm using a dual change model to examine the relationship between two variables at three different time points. Originally I had in the input (among other things):
G93_CVB WITH G93_CESD; G04_CVB WITH G04_CESD; G11_CVB WITH G11_CESD;
In changing some things around, I deleted the 04 and 11 (last two lines) from the syntax. However after saving and running the input again, the output now shows:
G93_CVB WITH G93_CESD; G11_CVB WITH G11_CESD;
I should mention that this output is giving me the results for the above analyses, but at the beginning of the output (where the syntax from the input is listed) it's been deleted, as I expected.
Thus, it kept the 93 command in (as it should have), but it also kept the 11 command in as well. I've tried keeping it in but preceding the line with a !--this also didn't work. Any ideas on what's happening?