Prelis (Lisrel pre-processor). PRELIS is a 32-bit application which can be used for: Data manipulation; Data transformation; Data generatiion; Computing moment matrices; Computing asymptotic covariance matrices of sample moments; Imputation by matching; Multiple imputation; Multiple linear regression; Logistic regression; Univariate and multivariate censored regression; ML and MINRES exploratory factor analysis.

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