Practical Issues Relating to Analysis with Missing Data: Avoiding and Troubleshooting Problems
If you follow the advice I have given in previous chapters, the chances are good that the results of your multiple imputation and analysis will be good. However, unforeseen things happen. Also, if you happen to be helping another person with these analyses, the material in this chapter will give some strategies for working through the problems.
KeywordsMultiple Imputation Auxiliary Variable Imputation Model Diagnostic Plot Data Augmentation
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