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Mplus Platforms

Mplus is available on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux for both 32- and 64-bit operating systems. Following is a description of the implementation for each platform.

The Windows version comes with an Editor and a Diagrammer. The Editor for the Windows version supports plots requested using the PLOT command.

The Mac OS X version comes with an Editor and a Diagrammer. The Editor for the Mac OS X version does not currently support plots requested using the PLOT command. Instead, the GH5 file produced by the PLOT command can be read and plots made by the R program using the HDF5 package. Click here for R functions for plots.

The Linux version does not currently come with an Editor or a Diagrammer. The Linux version is available from the command line. Plots are available for the Linux version using the GH5 file produced by the PLOT command. It can be read and plots made by the R program using the HDF5 package. Click here for R functions for plots. The Linux version is available from the command line.

The Linux distributions that have been tested are Ubuntu, RedHat, Fedora, Debian, and Gentoo. Mplus for Linux does not run on the Sun Solaris operating system. The multiprocessing feature in Mplus for Linux is the standard multiprocessing feature available in Mplus for Windows. The Linux version does not currently have special cluster computing capabilities.