Multiple imputation using Stata's -mi- command
AbstractStata's -mi- command can be used to perform multiple-imputation analysis, including imputation, data management, and estimation. -mi impute- provides a number of univariate and multivariate imputation methods, including MVN data augmentation. -mi estimate- combines the estimation and pooling steps of the multiple-imputation procedure into one easy step. -mi- also provides an extensive ability to manage multiply-imputed data. I will give a brief overview of all of -mi-'s capabilities with emphasis on -mi impute- and -mi estimate-, and will also demonstrate examples of some of mi's unique data management features.
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Date of creation: 20 Jul 2010
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