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

Friday, October 25, 2013

WarpPLS 4.0 now available: 3D graphs, new fit indices, causality assessment coefficients, and more!

WarpPLS 4.0 now available: 3D graphs, new fit indices, causality assessment coefficients, and more! For more details, please click on one of the links below.

http://bit.ly/HjSknv

http://warppls.blogspot.com/2013/10/warppls-40-now-available-3d-graphs-new.html

Monday, July 29, 2013

PLS Applications Symposium; 30 May - 1 June 2014; Montreal, Canada

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).

As an emerging method, its users often face challenges in successfully publishing PLS-based research, hence the theme of this year's Symposium: Successfully publishing PLS-based research.

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, Ph.D.
WarpPLS Developer
http://nedkock.com