RMIT University is delighted to organise a dual Master Class on Structural Equation Modelling and Partial Least Squares.
His experiences in teaching C-level executives at CWRU led him to find better ways to teach this complex topic. As a result, James has developed StatWiki (a Wikipedia-like resource for data analysis and SEM for academics), Gaskination (a YouTube channel with 170+ video demonstrations and lectures), and several time-saving automated statistical tools and plugins for demystifying structural equation modeling.
His YouTube videos and Wiki have been viewed over 10 million times. With his automated statistical tools, complex analyses which used to take hours now take seconds, and analyses which may have taken days now take minutes. Aside from this, James replies daily to all YouTube comments and email inquiries made to him, and is deeply committed to alleviate statistical suffering in the world.
- Partial Least Squares (PLS):
Factor analysis/ Mediation/ Interaction, Multigroup/ Higher order factors/ Formative factors
- Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis:
Validity, reliability/ Common method bias/ Measurement invariance/ Model fit
- Causal (structural) Models:
Multi-group comparisons/ Interaction (moderation)/ Mediation/ Control variables/ Model fit/ Higher order factors