R package semTable-1.7 uploaded on CRAN

semTable-1.7 includes a bug fix for tables that include variances estimated between latent variables and exogenous predictors. It has been proposed to CRAN.

In the meanwhile, to avail yourselves, try this to put KRAN (our test server) at the front of your repo search path:

CRAN <-"http://rweb.crmda.ku.edu/cran"
KRAN <-"http://rweb.crmda.ku.edu/kran"
options(repos =c(KRAN,CRAN))
install.packages("semTable", dep=TRUE, type="source")

The parameter 'type="source"' is required for download of the newest from KRAN, but when the new version percolates into KRAN, it will not be necessary. The CRAN auto-processor has accepted the proposed package and usually it takes 2 days for versions to become available for Linux, Mac, and Windoze systems.

In case you have not tried semTable yet, it can make presentable tables of structural equations estimated in R with lavaan. My initial focus was LaTeX tables, but now it generates HTML and CSV files as well. There is a vignette distributed with the package. I uploaded a copy here for your review.


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Paul E. Johnson is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Kansas. He is an avid Linux User, an adequate system administrator and C programmer, and humility is one of his greatest strengths.
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