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Post by tiantian.jiang »

I don't know if smartpls can deal with weighted data.

If can't, I really hope that you can add this function.
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Re: weighted data

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I would like this feature added as well.
Many thanks,
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Post by fdbef »

I agree: weighting data would be very useful.
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Please add ability to deal with weighted data

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This is a critical feature as much survey and social sciences data requires weighting.
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I agree: it would be a very useful feature.
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Post by garyb@logitresearch.com »

Yes I agree this would be a very important feature from a practitioner perspective ad well.

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Post by sdrucker »

garyb@logitresearch.com wrote:Yes I agree this would be a very important feature from a practitioner perspective ad well.

Gary
Most definitely, particularly for multinational research or for applications in categories where you have to oversample to capture a particular specialty (e.g. physicians)
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Post by Communication Research »

I agree. This feature is crucial for the usefullness of SmartPLS

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Post by sudzina »

I've received a suggestion from a reviewer to either use weights or to split the same (which is already not too large). I would really appreciate weighing in smartPLS.
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Does anyone has some good references about this topic??
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I agree that this would be a very useful addition. The ability to handle weighted data is critical for many research projects in the social sciences.

JM
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I would really appreciate weighing in smartPLS.










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We are working on this topic and we have a preliminary version running for the PLS algorithm. However, it gets complicated in combination with some of the other algorithms and we do not want to release it in a premature stage,
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Re: weighted data

Post by TCeagle »

Really would support the use of weighting of cases. Most studies I do require weights...

Thanks for working on it. Please let us know when it is ready! I can use it now.

Tom Eagle
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