Missing data methods in longitudinal studies: a review
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KeywordsExpectation-maximization algorithm; Incomplete data; Missing completely at random; Missing at random; Missing not at random; Pattern-mixture model; Selection model; Sensitivity analyses; Shared-parameter model; 62J05; 62J12; 62P10;
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