MplusAutomation: An R Package for Facilitating Large-Scale Latent Variable Analyses in Mplus

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Authors Michael N. Hallquist, Joshua F Wiley
Journal/Conference Name Structural equation modeling : a…
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Paper Abstract MplusAutomation is a package for R that facilitates complex latent variable analyses in Mplus involving comparisons among many models and parameters. More specifically, MplusAutomation provides tools to accomplish three objectives: to create and manage Mplus syntax for groups of related models; to automate the estimation of many models; and to extract, aggregate, and compare fit statistics, parameter estimates, and ancillary model outputs. We provide an introduction to the package using applied examples including a large-scale simulation study. By reducing the effort required for large-scale studies, a broad goal of MplusAutomation is to support methodological developments in structural equation modeling using Mplus.
Date of publication 2018
Code Programming Language R
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