mplus_dmacs {dmacs}  R Documentation 
mplus_dmacs
returns a summary of measurement nonequivalence
effects given an Mplus .out file.
mplus_dmacs(fit = file.choose(), RefGroup = 1, dtype = "pooled", ...)
fit 
is an Mplus .out file of a multigroup CFA analysis. The default is to launch a window for choosing the file. 
RefGroup 
can be the name of the reference group (as a string), or the index of the reference group (as a number). RefGroup defaults to the first group if no value is provided. It is strongly recommended to provide the reference group as a string, since group names in data are often ordered by their appearance in the data, not alphabetically. 
dtype 
described the pooling of standard deviations for use in the denominator of the dmacs effect size. Possibilities are "pooled" for pooled standard deviations, or "glass" for always using the standard deviation of the reference group. 
... 
other parameters to be used in functions that

A list, indexed by group, of lists of measurement nonequivalence effects from Nye and Drasgow (2011), including dmacs, expected bias in the mean score by item, expected bias in the mean total score, and expected bias in the variance of the total score. Expected bias in the variance of the total score is only supplied for unidimensional models in the current version of this package
Nye, C. & Drasgow, F. (2011). Effect size indices for analyses of measurement equivalence: Understanding the practical importance of differences between groups. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96(5), 966980.