PLS-MGA p-value result missing

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PLS-MGA p-value result missing

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I'm about to finish my masters' degree in marketing at the moment and I'm now running some analyses in smart-PLS. When performing an MGA-analysis there is one result missing in the PLS-MGA-tab. Anyone here that would know why that might be? See attached screenshot.


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Re: PLS-MGA p-value result missing

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My first guess would be that you have the "hide zeros" option on so that all zeros are not shown. This option is quite useful for some results, but not for all.
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Re: PLS-MGA p-value result missing

Post by toris »

I think it's great advice for development by Thanks! Modeling is a technique that uses economic or other kinds of statistical data to help solve business analysis problems by developing relevant models that can be used by decision makers to make informed decisions. For instance, a business analyst using a mathematical modeling technique may be required to analyze and provide recommendations for improving customer service for a retail outlet. The model used would likely have several different inputs such as demographic information from sales patterns of employee behavior, sales forecast from demand and supply factors, retail location and competition among other factors.
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