[R] ROC within SEM
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Wed Jun 6 22:48:03 CEST 2018
> On Jun 6, 2018, at 10:37 AM, Palmer, Raymond F <palmerr using uthscsa.edu> wrote:
> Dear R group.
> Does anyone have an idea how to utilize a latent variable in an ROC (AUC) analysis? I want to create a latent variable, then use that latent construct as a continuous variable in an ROC.
> I understand both SEM and ROC analysis can be done in R, but how to use the latent variable in the ROC is the issue.
> Thanks for any insights.
> Best, Ray
> Ray Palmer, Ph.D.
> Department of Family and Community Medicine
> University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
> palmerr using uthscsa.edu<mailto:palmerr using uthscsa.edu>
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A modern update might add to the Posting Guide in these more web-centric times, the CrossValidated.com site. https://stats.stackexchange.com/search?q=latent+variable+roc
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