EQS PROGRAM MANUAL
Multivariate Software, Inc. book by Peter M. Bentler
(1995). ISBN 1-885898-02-9.
This is the official EQS program manual. It explains how EQS handles a
wide variety of structural equation models in all types of computer
environments. The command language for specifying an EQS run, and the
output from an analysis, are identical in all these environments, giving EQS
a consistent interface across computer systems.
EQS outputs are illustrated in detail, and documentation shows how results
are computed. A "must-have" book on EQS.
Electronic version of this manual is included with the purchase of EQS for
STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING WITH EQS: Basic Concepts, Applications, and
Programming. By Barbara M. Byrne (2006) Mahwah,
An Erlbaum Publications book ISBN 0-8058-4126-1.
Researchers and students who want a lot of practical illustrations on how to
set up and run models, and interpret the meaning of the results, will find
exactly what they are looking for in this book.
Designed to help beginnerís estimate and test structural equation models
using the EQS approach, this practical volume clearly explains and
demonstrates a wide variety of SEM applications.
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