12. To boldly go… where no man has gone before!

The first science-fiction that I encountered were in Classics Comics Illustrated – “The War of the World”, “The Time Machine”, ….in beautifully hand-drawn story versions of the classics that whetted my appetite. The works of HG Wells and Jules Verne … Continued

Cross-eyed PhD: Tip 12 SEM Models (Part 3)

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Piled High and Deep”, www.PHDCOMICS.com, by Jorge Cham Editor’s Note: Concluding post on Structural Equation Modeling by contributing author, Sanjay Malla, Research Scholar develops the discussion on SEM with an  example exploring a patron satisfaction model vs data. I really like … Continued

Cross-eyed PhD: Tip 10 Rigor of a Structured Equation Model (SEM)

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“Piled High and Deep”, www.PHDCOMICS.com, by Jorge Cham Editor’s Note: This post by contributing author, Sanjay Malla, Research Scholar explains the rigor of the Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling – a key requirement in the PhD programs of most … Continued

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