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My presentation at The R useR! Conference 2011


At useR! 2011, I talked about using R (with packages sem, lavaan and OpenMx)  for Structural Equation Modeling by comparing to other commercial software i.e., AMOS, Lisrel and Mplus.

In this study, I compare R and other software by running the same model of ‘Transaction Costs in Supply Chain“.

Followings are the presentation slide, R codes and the abstract.

Click here to download the slide.

The R Codes

  1. sem
  2. lavaan
  3. OpenMx


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  1. OpenMx package for Structural Equation Model in R | Pairach Piboonrungroj
  2. lavaan package for Structural Equation Model in R | Pairach Piboonrungroj
  3. sem package in R: a sample of transaction cost measurement | Pairach Piboonrungroj

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