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Asked 8th Jan, 2022

Kindly advise how i can calculate variance accounted for (VAF) using AMOS.

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Hello Shakerod,

This topic has been addressed in researchgate several times, if I'm not mistaken.

For a given factor, sum the squared values of estimated variable-factor loadings, then divide that sum by the number of variables. That will give average variance accounted for as a proportion, for that factor. Repeat for any other factors/latent variables in your model.

Also, note that AMOS does not issue standardized coefficients by default; you have to ask for them.

Good luck with your work.

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