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    Chang
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    hi,

    I am wondering if it is possible to label a path with standardised path coefficient and confidence intervals (e.g. 0.41 (0.28- 0.54)). I’ve managed to add 0.41 (0.28- 0.54) as the path name. It is showing 0.41_(0.28-_0.54)=0.0. The underscores are okay but I don’t need the “= 0.0” part. There seems to be no way to hide the automatically added starting value. Is there a workaround?

    Many of my colleagues create their path diagrams in MS power point. But it is hard to align things, tho it allows you to add whatever you like.

    Thanks

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    Timo von Oertzen
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    Hi Chang,

    Thanks for using Onyx! You can turn off the “=0.0” by choosing “Customize Model -> Change Path Style” and select “label only”. I use the same workaround that you suggest here by typing some numbers in the label if I want to show students / readers something specific. You can, however, also turn off standardized estimates to show automatically, by selecting “Show Standardized Estimates” on a path.

    Cheers,

    Timo

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