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Chen and colleagues proposed here that in binary regressions, an OR around 1.6 may be a small effect size (~ 0.2 Cohen's d), 3.5 may be medium, and 6.7...
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Weiwen Ng replied to Latent class analysis with gsem: "path from latent class variable to observed variable is not allowed"in GeneralThen I think your syntax is correct. My apologies for misreading....
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Weiwen Ng replied to Latent class analysis with gsem: "path from latent class variable to observed variable is not allowed"in GeneralLet's clarify something.
A latent class is an unobserved categorical variable. In LCA, we hypothesize that this categorical variable causes...
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Weiwen Ng replied to Latent class analysis with gsem: "path from latent class variable to observed variable is not allowed"in GeneralActually, use this link: https://www.stata.com/manuals/sem.pdf
Latent class analysis was only implemented in Stata 15....
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Megan, I'm not familiar with lclogit, nor am I familiar with choice analysis in general (or whatever the proper terminology is; pardon my imprecision,...
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Weiwen Ng replied to Latent class analysis with gsem: "path from latent class variable to observed variable is not allowed"in GeneralFederico,
Actually, as described in the gsem manual on latent class syntax (bottom of page 35), here's how you'd accomplish...Last edited by Weiwen Ng; 26 Jul 2019, 11:08.
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I'm pretty sure it doesn't matter in frequentist estimation, no. However, for Bayesians, it may. Imagine you had 3 deaths in a sample of 10. That's a...
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I believe you are referring to a latent class regression model, where you have age as a predictor of the latent class but not as an indicator of the latent...
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Unless you simulated data, you would not know that you have 10 classes. Normally, in latent class analysis, we would fit a number of models with varying...
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If your dependent variable is continuous, follow this code. Note: judging by the value labels you assigned, it is not continuous. I'd highly, highly recommend...Last edited by Weiwen Ng; 12 Jul 2019, 17:10.
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I apologize if the image below is too big, but this is a bifactor model in SEM diagram format. Imagine the 9 blue boxes are each a question on depression...
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To explain things a bit more: Enrico is asking you to type
Code:help infile
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Also, an organization in the US called the Chronic Conditions Warehouse maintains definitions (in ICD9 and 10) for a number of chronic conditions....
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Remember that in the logit model, you're operating on the log odds scale. In margins, you are operating on the probability scale. This is a nonlinear...
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