Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

Generate a power curve either based on Sobel test or bootstrap

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`model` |
A model specified using lavaan notation and above. See For the power analysis, the population parameter values should be provided in the following way. For example, the coefficient between math and HE is .39. Then it is specified as start(.39). If the parameter will be referred in the mediation effect, a label should be given as a modifier as b*HE+start(.39)*HE. model<-' math ~ c*ME+start(0)*ME + b*HE+start(.39)*HE HE ~ a*ME+start(.39)*ME ' |

`indirect` |
The indirect or other composite effects are specified in the following way indirect<-' ab: = a*b abc := a*b + c ' |

`nobs` |
Number of observations for power analysis. It is typically should be a vector for single group analysis. For multiple group analysis, it should be a matrix. |

`type` |
Type of power analysis |

`nrep` |
Number of replications for Monte Carlo simulation. At least 1,000 is recommended. |

`nboot` |
Number of bootstraps to conduct. |

`alpha` |
The alpha level is used to obtain the confidence interval for model parameters. |

`skewness` |
A vector to give the skewness for the observed variables. |

`kurtosis` |
A vector to give the kurtosis for the observed variables. |

`ovnames` |
A vector to give the variable names for the observed variables. This is only needed when the skewness and kurtosis are provided. The skewness, kurtosis and variable names should be in the same order. |

`se` |
How to calculate the standard error, for example, robust standard error can be specified using se="robust". |

`estimator` |
Estimation methods to be used here. |

`parallel` |
Parallel methods, snow or multicore, can be used here. |

`ncore` |
Number of cores to be used in parallel. By default, the maximum number of cores are used. |

`ci` |
Type of bootstrap confidence intervals. By default, the percentile one is used. To get the bias-corrected one, use ci='BC' |

`boot.type` |
Type of bootstrap method. By default, the nonparametric one is used. Changing it to "BS" to use the Bollen-Stine method. |

`interactive` |
Whether to get the figure interactively. |

`...` |
Other named arguments for lavaan can be passed here. |

`power` |
power for all parameters and required ones in the model |

`coverage` |
coverage probability |

`pop.value` |
Population parameter values |

`results` |
A list to give all intermediate results |

`data` |
The last data set generated for checking purpose |

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## Not run:
ex2model<-'
ept ~ start(.4)*hvltt + b*hvltt + start(0)*age + start(0)*edu + start(2)*R
hvltt ~ start(-.35)*age + a*age + c*edu + start(.5)*edu
R ~ start(-.06)*age + start(.2)*edu
R =~ 1*ws + start(.8)*ls + start(.5)*lt
age ~~ start(30)*age
edu ~~ start(8)*edu
age ~~ start(-2.8)*edu
hvltt ~~ start(23)*hvltt
R ~~ start(14)*R
ws ~~ start(3)*ws
ls ~~ start(3)*ls
lt ~~ start(3)*lt
ept ~~ start(3)*ept
'
indirect<-'ind1 := a*b + c*b'
nobs <- seq(100, 2000, by=200)
power.curve(model=ex2model, indirect=indirect, nobs=nobs,
type='boot', parallel='multicore', ncore=60, ci='percent',
boot.type='simple', interactive=F)
## End(Not run)
``` |

bmem documentation built on May 29, 2017, 9:52 p.m.

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