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We've issued RTSS 7.3.3 to a public final release which is available for download here at the only official website you can download it from. Please don't download it anywhere else as you never know what you install. We always suggest that you download the latest full beta package of MSI Afterburner which always includes a stable build of RTSS - Download here.
Operation of the software typically involves loading a table of data and applying statistical functions from pull-down menus or (in versions starting from 9.0) from the ribbon bar. The menus then prompt for the variables to be included and the type of analysis required. It is not necessary to type command prompts. Each analysis may include graphical or tabular output and is stored in a separate workbook.
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Free Mplus workshops - Dr. Michael Zyphur has made available a free 3-day workshop held in July 2019at the University of Melbourne. The workshop covers the new General Cross-Lagged Panel Model (GCLM) in Mplus. A second course will be offered sometime between Nov 25 and Dec 13, 2019. Additionally, a5-day Mplus workshop covering various modeling topics, from basic correlation and regression to multilevel structuralequation modeling and latent growth models in Mplus is available for viewing and download.
Note: The USGS publications listed above describe the NSS program up to version 4. For the most up-to-date documentation on the NSS program, please see the Help files associated with the downloaded NSS program.
It is compared with a χ2 distribution with 1 degree of freedom. Table 3 shows the likelihood ratio test for the example data obtained from a statistical package and again indicates that the metabolic marker contributes significantly in predicting death.
Most statistical packages provide further statistics that may be used to measure the usefulness of the model and that are similar to the coefficient of determination (R2) in linear regression . The Cox & Snell and the Nagelkerke R2 are two such statistics. The values for the example data are 0.44 and 0.59, respectively. The maximum value that the Cox & Snell R2 attains is less than 1. The Nagelkerke R2 is an adjusted version of the Cox & Snell R2 and covers the full range from 0 to 1, and therefore it is often preferred. The R2 statistics do not measure the goodness of fit of the model but indicate how useful the explanatory variables are in predicting the response variable and can be referred to as measures of effect size. The value of 0.59 indicates that the model is useful in predicting death.