tidySEM provides a ‘tidy’ workflow for conducting,
reporting, and plotting structural equation modeling analyses. It does
not perform model estimation, but instead allows users to estimate
models in a software-agnostic way, using either the free open source R
OpenMx, or the commercial closed-source program
Mplus (controlled through the R package
MplusAutomation). The aim of
tidySEM is to provide three specific functions:
These functions are designed with the tidy tools manifesto (Wickham,
mind, and interface with the existing suite of packages in the
You can install the development version of
tidySEM from ‘GitHub’ with:
Every user-facing function in the package is documented, and the
documentation can be accessed by running
?function_name in the R
Furthermore, there are three main vignettes, describing the three main
You can cite the R-package with the following citation:
Van Lissa, C. J., (2019). tidySEM: Tidy structural equation modeling. R package version 0.2.1. https://github.com/cjvanlissa/tidySEM/
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