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A Potential for Bias When Rounding in Multiple Imputation


  • Horton N.J.
  • Lipsitz S.R.
  • Parzen M.


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  • Horton N.J. & Lipsitz S.R. & Parzen M., 2003. "A Potential for Bias When Rounding in Multiple Imputation," The American Statistician, American Statistical Association, vol. 57, pages 229-232, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:bes:amstat:v:57:y:2003:m:november:p:229-232

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