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The Study on Comparative Analysis of the Same Data through Regression Analysis Model and Structural Equation Model
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 6,  2016, pp.167-175
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.6.167
 Title & Authors
The Study on Comparative Analysis of the Same Data through Regression Analysis Model and Structural Equation Model
Choi, Chang Ho; You, Yen Yoo;
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 Abstract
This study analyzed empirically the same data through SPSS statistic(regression analysis) and AMOS program(structural equation model) used for cause and effect analysis. The result of empirical analysis was as follows. The different outcome of coefficients and p-values were deducted. Especially, in the mediated effect testing, meanwhile, SPSS statistic(regression analysis) pictured mediated effect, AMOS program(structural equation model) did not picture mediated effect on the reject zone of null hypothesis(absolute t-value and C.R.-value were nearby 1.96). Eventually, this study showed that what program used determined the outcomes of coefficients and p-values(In particular, the outcomes were differentiated further in the increasing measurement error) though using the same data.
 Keywords
Same data;SPSS statistic(regression analysis);Structural equation model;AMOS program;Mediated effect;
 Language
Korean
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