Seeking help for the interpretation of model fit indices

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deden
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Seeking help for the interpretation of model fit indices

Post by deden » Sun Aug 16, 2015 12:33 pm

Hi everyone...
Please help me with the following question
I'm doing my research that one of it aims is to test the model fit of a particular model. I'm having a problem to draw the conclusion of the fit of the model since it has various model fit indices that show different result.
Below is the value of those fit indices:

Chi Square = p<0.001 --> Not Fit (sample is more than 200)
CMIN/DF = 1.77 (<5) --> Fit
RMSEA = 0.058 (< 0.08) --> Fit
GFI = 0.813 (<0.90) --> Not Fit
TLI = 0.943 (>0.90) --> Fit
CFI = 0.949 (>0.9) --> Fit

According to those figures, how should I conclude the fit of the model?

Thank You...

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Re: Seeking help for the interpretation of model fit indices

Post by Hengkov » Wed Aug 19, 2015 1:43 am

Hi,

For CB-SEM, I recommend to report the value of chi-squares, CFI, TLI, IFI, RMSEA, SRMR, PCFI, AIC and CAIC. You're quite fit the model.

Note: for further inquiries about the CB-SEM should you ask SEMNET forum.

Kind regards,

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