anonymous posted on Friday, September 23, 2011 - 11:38 am
Hello! I am running the following analyses:
USEVARIABLES ARE x1 - x3; CLUSTER IS Clus; MISSING ARE ALL(9999);
ANALYSIS: TYPE = COMPLEX; ESTI = MLR; MODEL: x1 ON x2 x3;
MODEL INDIRECT: x1 IND x3;
OUTPUT: Samp STAND MOD (3.83) Residual CINT MODINDICES (ALL) TECH4; My question is: How to get Standard Deviations (SDs) in my output? I get means, covariances, and correlations, but not SDs.What command am I missing? Thank you!
Hi, I have the same question as the initial author. My output for analysis: type=basic does not produce univariate descriptive statistics. I understand that I can obtain SDs by taking the square root of variance, but I'm trying to understand why this whole section of the output is missing. I am using version 7.