[BlindRUG] Doing path analysis with R

Godfrey, Jonathan A.J.Godfrey at massey.ac.nz
Thu Mar 22 22:00:35 UTC 2018


Hello Faiz,

I did a quick search for "path analysis" and R-bloggers which is a daily feed of resources from numerous blogs of interest to R users. The search results included a number of refrences to the lavaan package and a few tutorial-like posts that might be of interest to you.

Btw: I refer to the r-bloggers in all my Google searches for any "how to..." tasks as my primary go-to. It seldom fails me.

Jonathan


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From: BlindRUG [mailto:blindrug-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of faiz rasool via BlindRUG
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Subject: [BlindRUG] Trouble using R on windows 10 64 bit, and doing path analysis with R

Hello all,

I have two slightly unrelated questions.

Firstly, I tried using R 3.4.3 on windows 10 64 bit. But, With Jaws an NVDA, I'm  not finding  using the terminal possible. I  only hear two
things: textbox, when I open R, and Greater (>), when I use   up and
down arrow keys. I have jaws curser, and I have, I think,  setup the shortcut to the terminal window correctly. I'm using R on another computer  running windows 7 32 bit without a prolem. Can I use R on windows 10 64 bit?

Secondly, has anyone   performed path analysis using R? I have been
told to do path analysis using R, but, I'm  struggling  to work out how I should proceed.

Regards,
Faiz.

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