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# SEM Tag

## 23 NovControl Variables – Demand – Supply Model

In continuation of the discussion on selecting control variables. Another way to set control variables is to split the model into demand and supply model. This approach is coined as demand supply equilibrium modelling using simultaneous equation approach. Popular examples of such models include (Afzal,...

## 19 NovControl Variables – Indexation Approach

In continuation of the discussion on selecting control variables. For the case when there are too many variables have been found to be used as control variables, then we can divide them intro groups of social, economic, or financial variables and shorten them (using Factor...

## 15 AugChapter 3 – SEM in AMOS (2/2)

This video is about estimating SEM in AMOS and its interpretation part 2 of 2...

## 15 AugChapter 3 – SEM in AMOS (1/2)

This video is about estimating SEM in AMOS and its interpretation part 1 of 2...

## 05 JanChapter 3 Introduction to SEM builder in Stata

SEM builder is a module provided in new versions of Stata which is competitor to AMOS of SPSS where simultaneous equations can be estimated using diagrams....

## 20 DecChapter 3 – Simultaneous equation model in Stata (2/2)

This tutorial will show you the advanced simultaneous models using the SEM module of Stata...

## 19 DecChapter 3 – Simultaneous Equation models in Stata (1/2)

The new versions of Stata are now available with the module of Simultaneous equation models in competition with the AMOS of SPSS....

## 18 DecChapter 3 – Working with AMOS (2/2)

This tutorials is about structuring complex models in the AMOS...

## 17 DecChapter 3 – Working with AMOS (1/2)

AMOS is a sister software to SPSS made by IBM whose sole purpose is to estimate structure equation models using the flow diagrams....

## 29 NovChapter 4 – Seemingly Unrelated Regression in SAS

Seemingly unrelated regression will be used for the case when the estimations are inter-related to each other and it can be done in SAS software...