semtree: Recursive Partitioning for Structural Equation Models

SEM Trees and SEM Forests – an extension of model-based decision trees and forests to Structural Equation Models (SEM). SEM trees hierarchically split empirical data into homogeneous groups sharing similar data patterns with respect to a SEM by recursively selecting optimal predictors of these differences. SEM forests are an extension of SEM trees. They are ensembles of SEM trees each built on a random sample of the original data. By aggregating over a forest, we obtain measures of variable importance that are more robust than measures from single trees.

Version: 0.9.14
Depends: R (≥ 2.10), OpenMx (≥ 2.6.9)
Imports: bitops, sets, digest, rpart, rpart.plot (≥ 3.0.6), parallel, plotrix, cluster, stringr, matrixcalc, expm, ggplot2, tidyr, matrixStats, methods, MASS, mvtnorm
Suggests: lavaan, knitr, rmarkdown
Published: 2020-01-07
Author: Andreas M. Brandmaier [aut, cre], John J. Prindle [aut], Manuel Arnold [aut]
Maintainer: Andreas M. Brandmaier <andy at brandmaier.de>
License: GPL-3
NeedsCompilation: no
Materials: README NEWS
In views: Psychometrics
CRAN checks: semtree results

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Reference manual: semtree.pdf
Vignettes: constraints
getting-started
Package source: semtree_0.9.14.tar.gz
Windows binaries: r-devel: semtree_0.9.14.zip, r-devel-gcc8: semtree_0.9.14.zip, r-release: semtree_0.9.14.zip, r-oldrel: semtree_0.9.14.zip
OS X binaries: r-release: semtree_0.9.14.tgz, r-oldrel: semtree_0.9.14.tgz
Old sources: semtree archive

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