Thank you for this wonderful software and very useful forum for running metaSEM. I'm new to both R and metaSEM, but I've generally found it to be relatively straightforward with all the great resources available.
There are a pair of metaSEM models I'm running that have been giving me two separate error messages that I can't wrap my head around. These occur when running the Stage 1 portion of the script:
Error: The observed covariance matrix is not a symmetric matrix
(This seems akin to problems described here [http://openmx.psyc.virginia.edu/thread/1039] where values estimated at, say, the 16th decimal point end up being slightly different above/below the diagonal. The fix seems to simply be to round numbers, but I'm not sure how to access the guts of the metaSEM package to do this).
Error in lambda[length(lambda)]/lambda > tol :
invalid comparison with complex values
(I'm not sure what this means).
Also, just to be clear, I don't receive both of these messages at the same input matrices but rather on separate metaSEMs I'm running. Any ideas? Thanks!