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# MAgoJ

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• Hi @hashim. I answered a question similar to yours with a small video, which I left here: https://forum.cogsci.nl/index.php?p=/discussion/5671/ifelse#latest You should use one of these examples: Example1 ifElse(myoldvariable = 1, 0, 1) Example2 ifE…
Comment by MAgoJ January 7
• Hi EJ, if you do this, I would be very pleased. Do it, thank you. Maurizio
in ifElse Comment by MAgoJ January 6
• Hi Eric, here is a small video contribution ... https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploads/179/H2JPSHAJ1L8R.zip Cheers, Maurizio
in ifElse Comment by MAgoJ December 2019
• Hi, Friedrich. Click on the "Show Modules Menu" icon (the + on the right in the ribbon). See the attached screenshot. https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploads/719/TIAU50DORIRS.png Cheers. Maurizio
Comment by MAgoJ November 2019
• Hi, @kinda_trivial. For the available viewing space your number has been displayed in scientific notation. Scientific notation (also referred to as exponential notation) is a concise way of expressing real numbers with many digits that otherwise wou…
Comment by MAgoJ June 2019
• Hi, @mservant. Normally, in the text file the first row is used to report the name of the variables, with their list separator as comma, semicolon, tab or other that will be used in loading the file to create vectors and construct the matrix of the …
Comment by MAgoJ March 2019
• Hi, @mservant. Also in Italy, the decimal separator is the comma, but if your data may have an interest in international publications (where the official language is English), the use of the dot as a separator of the correct number of decimals is a …
Comment by MAgoJ March 2019
• Hi, @mservant. I looked at your file contrast.txt. Use the comma as a decimal separator. Opening the file with jasp, the comma is interpreted as a list separator (CSV), loading only one variable with the integer part, without the decimals. If in you…
Comment by MAgoJ March 2019
• Hi @IndrajeetPatil, I do not know if this answers your question, but at this link: https://jasp-stats.org/r-package-list/ find the list of packages R, on which JASP depends. Great your ggstatsplot. Greetings Maurizio
Comment by MAgoJ February 2019
• Hi @nazmulhuqrussell, it's curious what happens to you when importing the .CSV file. It is as if in the first line of the file there were only the delimiting commas. With Jasp I have never found any problems importing .CSV. Could you post the .CSV f…
Comment by MAgoJ October 2018
• Hi @mattemar, as reported by @EJ, in the version of Jasp for developers, which I tried recently, there are new interesting updates and among these non-parametric statistics for the ANOVA module. With ANOVA and ANCOVA, you can also find the Kruskal-W…
Comment by MAgoJ April 2018
• Hi Jan, from the attached image, I understand that the variable Correctantwoord only returns 0 and 1 to indicate wrong or correct answer. You must enter it in the Factor box, not in the Counts (optional) box. If your data were organized as a conting…
Comment by MAgoJ March 2018
• Hi Jan, since you have three dichotomous variables, you can use log-linear analysis. In Jasp: Frequencies -> Log-Linear Regression and enter the three variables in the Factors box. Cheers, MAgoJ
Comment by MAgoJ March 2018
• Hi eniseg, I use jasp with win7 x64, so I asked a colleague to try with his MAC. A colleague who has MAC, brought me the same problem. It could be a bug related to the version of jasp for MAC. Best regards. MAgoJ
Comment by MAgoJ February 2018
• Hi, eniseg2. I'm sorry, but the copy-paste in this object (listbox) I found that it can create problems (report to @EJ). I do not copy-paste, but I prefer to type the syntax for the selected model directly in the listbox. Do this by typing in the l…
Comment by MAgoJ February 2018
• Hi, eniseg2. In the textbox you have to insert only the construct that will be passed to the model type chosen in model name. Do not insert: model <- ' ' Insert: ind60 =~ x1 + x2 + x3 dem60 =~ y1 + y2 + y3 + y4 dem65 =~ y5…
Comment by MAgoJ February 2018
• Hi eniseg2, you have already looked here? forum.cogsci.nl/index.php?p=/discussion/3507/sem#latest Cheers, MAgoJ
Comment by MAgoJ February 2018
• Hi larrylutsky, this is the link: lavaan.ugent.be/tutorial/sem.html Jasp has examples of the dataset "Political Democracy (Bollen, 1989)" that you can use. I attach to you the JASP window that shows the model of the tutorial example.(Imag…
in SEM Comment by MAgoJ October 2017