PLS Path Modeling with R

January 4, 2013
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(This article was first published on Data Analysis Visually Enforced » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Today I’m very happy and so excited to announce my new book PLS Path Modeling with R, freely available in pdf format at: 
www.gastonsanchez.com/PLS_Path_Modeling_with_R.pdf

After working and writing insanely for a couple of months in the last quarter of 2012, I’ve finally achieved this personal milestone that means so much to me.  What started as a routine maintaining task of my R package plspm, suddenly became a terrifying hydra that needed to be cut down. I found myself in the middle of a reengineering process which eventually made me compile a considerable amount of PLS-related material that I had accumulated over the last three years (or more).

One of the results of this endeavor is the book PLS Path Modeling with R that provides a hands-on introduction to Partial Least Squares Path Modeling using the R package plspm. By sharing my experience and knowledge on PLS Path Modeling, I hope to provide users of my R package an approachable and useful resource where they can find the necessary material to carry out their own PLS-PM analysis.

Enjoy and happy 2013!


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