Vishnu Ganglani writes: It appears that multiple imputation appears to be the best way to impute missing data because of the more accurate quantification of variance. However, when imputing missing data for income values in national household surveys, would you...
Ben points us to a new book, Flexible Imputation of Missing Data. It’s excellent and I highly recommend it. Definitely worth the $89.95. Van Buuren’s book is great even if you don’t end up using the algorithm described in the book (... Read Post
Elena Grewal writes: I am currently using the iterative regression imputation model as implemented in the Stata ICE package. I am using data from a survey of about 90,000 students in 142 schools and my variable of interest is parent... Read Post
Vincent Yip writes: I have read your paper [with Kobi Abayomi and Marc Levy] regarding multiple imputation application. In order to diagnostic my imputed data, I used Kolmogorov-Smirnov (K-S) tests to compare the distribution differ... Read Post