Multiple imputation of missing values
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- Adrian Mander & David Clayton, 2000. "Hotdeck imputation," Stata Technical Bulletin, StataCorp LP, vol. 9(51).
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Keywordsmvis; uvis; micombine; mijoin; misplit; missing data; missing at random; multiple imputation; multivariate imputation; regression modeling;
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