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sean on Mar 2, 2014 in

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Converting an SPSS datafile into a format readable by Mplus Mplus is a fabulous statistical program. It’s very flexible, and is my favorite program to use when I need to analyze data using structural equation modeling – and I definitely prefer it over AMOS software. The latter is easier to use because of the graphical user interface (GUI), but I often find myself running into software limitations (e.g., AMOS cannot use bootstrapping when there is missing data) and in complex models, I often find the GUI tends to get clunky, and visually cluttered. This said, Mplus is not...

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