Thursday, June 8, 2017

WarpPLS 6.0 now available: power analyses, conditional probabilities, latent growth, endogeneity control, reciprocal relationships, and more!


Version 6.0 of WarpPLS is now available, as a beta version. You can download and install it for a free trial from:

http://warppls.com

Users of previous versions can use the same license information that they already have; it will work with this new version for the remainder of their license periods.

Please use one of the links below (long and shortened versions) to go to the WarpPLS blog post describing this version’s new features.

http://warppls.blogspot.com/2017/06/warppls-60-now-available-consistent-pls.html

http://bit.ly/2rF96Hu

Enjoy!

Friday, September 30, 2016

PLS Applications Symposium; 5 - 7 April 2017; Laredo, Texas


PLS Applications Symposium; 5 - 7 April 2017; Laredo, Texas
(Abstract submissions accepted until 1 March 2017)

*** Only abstracts are needed for the submissions ***

The partial least squares (PLS) method has increasingly been used in a variety of fields of research and practice, particularly in the context of PLS-based structural equation modeling (SEM). The focus of this Symposium is on the application of PLS-based methods, from a multidisciplinary perspective. For types of submissions, deadlines, and other details, please visit the Symposium’s web site:

http://plsas.net

*** Workshop on PLS-SEM ***

On 5 April 2017 a full-day workshop on PLS-SEM will be conducted by Dr. Ned Kock, using the software WarpPLS. Dr. Kock is the original developer of this software, which is one of the leading PLS-SEM tools today; used by thousands of researchers from a wide variety of disciplines, and from many different countries. This workshop will be hands-on and interactive, and will have two parts: (a) basic PLS-SEM issues, conducted in the morning (9 am - 12 noon); and (b) intermediate and advanced PLS-SEM issues, conducted in the afternoon (2 pm - 5 pm). Participants may attend either one, or both of the two parts.

The following topics, among others, will be covered - Running a Full PLS-SEM Analysis - Conducting a Moderating Effects Analysis - Viewing Moderating Effects via 3D and 2D Graphs - Creating and Using Second Order Latent Variables - Viewing Indirect and Total Effects - Viewing Skewness and Kurtosis of Manifest and Latent Variables - Conducting a Multi-group Analysis with Range Restriction - Viewing Nonlinear Relationships - Conducting a Factor-Based PLS-SEM Analysis - Viewing and Changing Missing Data Imputation Settings - Isolating Mediating Effects - Identifying and Dealing with Outliers - Solving Indicator Problems - Solving Collinearity Problems.

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Ned Kock
Symposium Chair
http://plsas.net


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

PLS Applications Symposium; 13 - 15 April 2016; Laredo, Texas


PLS Applications Symposium; 13 - 15 April 2016;  Laredo, Texas
(Abstract submissions accepted until 19 February 2015)

*** Only abstracts are needed for the submissions ***

The partial least squares (PLS) method has increasingly been used in a variety of fields of research and practice, particularly in the context of PLS-based structural equation modeling (SEM). The focus of this Symposium is on the application of PLS-based methods, from a multidisciplinary perspective. For types of submissions, deadlines, and other details, please visit the Symposium’s web site:

http://plsas.net

*** Workshop on PLS-SEM ***

On 13 April 2015 a full-day workshop on PLS-SEM will be conducted by Dr. Ned Kock, using the software WarpPLS. This workshop will be hands-on and interactive. To participate in the workshop, please indicate your interest when making your registration for the Symposium.

The following topics, among others, will be covered - Running a Full PLS-SEM Analysis - Conducting a Moderating Effects Analysis - Viewing Moderating Effects via 3D and 2D Graphs - Creating and Using Second Order Latent Variables - Viewing Indirect and Total Effects - Viewing Skewness and Kurtosis of Manifest and Latent Variables - Conducting a Multi-group Analysis with Range Restriction - Viewing Nonlinear Relationships - Conducting a Factor-Based PLS-SEM Analysis - Viewing and Changing Missing Data Imputation Settings - Isolating Mediating Effects - Identifying and Dealing with Outliers - Solving Indicator Problems - Solving Collinearity Problems.

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Ned Kock
Symposium Chair
http://plsas.net

Thursday, March 26, 2015

WarpPLS 5.0 upgraded to stable


Version 5.0 of WarpPLS is now available as a stable version:

Link to WarpPLS blog post

Friday, February 13, 2015

WarpPLS 5.0 now available: Factor-based PLS-SEM algorithms, rotating 3D graphs, normality tests, missing data imputation methods, and more!


WarpPLS 5.0 now available: Factor-based PLS-SEM algorithms, rotating 3D graphs, normality tests, missing data imputation methods, and more! For more details, please click on one of the links below.

http://warppls.blogspot.com/2015/01/warppls-50-now-available-factor-based.html

http://bit.ly/1xkfjoN

Friday, October 10, 2014

PLS Applications Symposium; 15 - 17 April 2015; Laredo, Texas


The partial least squares (PLS) method has increasingly been used in a variety of fields of research and practice, particularly in the context of PLS-based structural equation modeling (SEM).

The focus of this Symposium is on the application of PLS-based methods, from a multidisciplinary perspective. For types of submissions, deadlines, and other details, please visit the Symposium’s web site:

http://plsas.net

Ned Kock
Symposium Chair
http://plsas.net

Sunday, January 19, 2014

WarpPLS 4.0 upgraded to stable


Version 4.0 of WarpPLS is now available as a stable version:

http://bit.ly/1mhw4HX