Fwd: Re: multiple imputed files

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Fwd: Re: multiple imputed files

Michael Dewey
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Dear Analies

Would the package mitools help you? It is available from CRAN.

On 26/01/2015 10:23, hnlki wrote:

> Dear,
>
> My dataset consists out of 5 imputed files (that I did not imputed myself).
> Is was wondering what is the best way to analyse them in R. I am aware that
> packages to perform multiple imputation (like Mice & Amelia) exist, but they
> are used to perform MI. As my data is already imputed, I would like to know
> how I can split it and how I should obtain pooled regression results. If I
> can use the existing MI packages, how should I define my imputation
> variable?
>
> Kind regards,
>
>
>
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