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Re: st: sem - is it possible to drop error terms?

From   John Antonakis <>
Subject   Re: st: sem - is it possible to drop error terms?
Date   Tue, 12 Mar 2013 19:53:48 +0100

Hi Jacob:

You need to be much more specific about what specific model you wish to test (write-out equations or syntax). Most probably don't know what ACE is:



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On 12.03.2013 19:30, Jacob Felson wrote:
I'm wondering if its possible to drop the error terms that are
included by default in sem models.  I've searched in the manual and
online but I can't find any indication that this is possible.  I
imagine its not, but I wanted to check with the experts to make sure.

(I'm estimating a behavior genetic model with data on MZ and DZ twins
-- the so-called ACE model.)

Thank you,

Jacob Felson
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