Introduction to Statistical Imputation
Chapters 11 and 12 are concerned with imputation methods and tools. The first of them gives an introduction that explains the term itself and looks again at missingness issues that have been considered already. Now the main concern is whether to use imputation. Imputation is not automatically recommended: it should be used only if the results are expected to become better.
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