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Mahalanobis Test in AMOS


Analysis Properties -> Output ->

Tick on the box of “Tests for normality and outliers”

Then you will find the Mahalanobis d-squared with p1 and p2 in the “View Text”
by go to -> Observations farthest from the centroid (Mahalanobis distance).

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