2019 Spring Workshops using R

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2019 Spring Workshops using R

Scott Colwell
Apologies for any cross-postings.
Just a reminder that registration is open for four quantitative methods workshops in May of 2019. Each workshop features hands-on examples in Mplus and R, plus lots of opportunities to discuss the analysis for your own research.
For more information and to register, please see https://enablytics.com/workshop_events/
[1] Introductory Structural Equation Modeling - May 5, 2019
141 Adelaide Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 3L5
This one-day hands-on workshop covers various introductory topics in structural equation modeling with continuous and categorical variables. Topics include, assumptions and data considerations, model creation, identification, and evaluation, multiple regression vs path analysis, path analysis, testing direct and indirect effects, and confirmatory factor analysis. Syntax and output for both Mplus and R will be provided for all examples covered in the workshop.
[2] Advanced Structural Equation Modeling - May 6, 2019
141 Adelaide Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 3L5
This one-day hands-on workshop covers various advanced topics in structural equation modeling with continuous and categorical variables. Topics include, model creation, identification, and evaluation, testing moderation, mediation and moderated mediation, multiple group modeling, handling missing and messy data, measurement invariance and power analysis. Syntax and output for both Mplus and R will be provided for all examples covered in the workshop.
[3] Multilevel Modeling - May 7 and 8, 2019
141 Adelaide Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 3L5
This two day hands-on workshop covers various topics in multilevel modeling with continuous and categorical variables. Topics include, when multilevel analysis is necessary, multilevel regression, random slopes and cross-level effects, multilevel confirmatory factor analysis and the MIMIC model, multilevel path analysis, multilevel mediation and moderation, multilevel latent variable modeling, longitudinal data, and power analysis. Syntax and output for both Mplus and R will be provided for all examples covered in the workshop.
[4] Growth Modeling - May 9 and 10, 2019
141 Adelaide Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 3L5
This two-day hands-on workshop covers various topics in growth modeling (longitudinal modeling) with continuous and categorical variables. Topics include, growth modeling without covariates, growth modeling with time invariant and varying covariates, centering points, piecewise  growth modeling, autoregressive latent trajectory modeling (ALT


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Scott R. Colwell, PhD, CStat, PStat


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