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Date:         Thu, 24 Feb 2005 10:08:51 +0200
Reply-To:     craig.kolb@askafrika.co.za
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From:         Craig Kolb <craig.kolb@ASKAFRIKA.CO.ZA>
Organization: Ask Afrika
Subject:      AMOS ADF corrects Chi-Square?
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Hi all, A SEM query. Because my data set is large (n=2642) and violates the multivariate normality assumption, I used ADF estimation in AMOS instead of MLE. Does this mean I can use the Chi-square significance test? I know that large sample size will affect chi-square anyway, but was hoping the ADF would somehow correct the normality violation allowing the use of Hoelters (which gives the sample size at which Chi-square becomes non-significant - Hoelters=1454). Secondly would comparisons of groups using Chi-square difference be justified? Thanks,

Craig Kolb -------------------- Research Specialist

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