Multiple Improvements of Multiple Imputation Likelihood Ratio Tests

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Chan, Kin Wai; Meng, Xiao-Li;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Statistics Theory | Statistics - Methodology | Statistics - Computation

Multiple imputation (MI) inference handles missing data by first properly imputing the missing values $m$ times, and then combining the $m$ analysis results from applying a complete-data procedure to each of the completed datasets. However, the existing method for combi... View more
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