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A sparser, speedier reshape
K. L. Simons. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Implementing Rubin's alternative multiple-imputation method for statistical matching in Stata
A. Alpman. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Reference-based sensitivity analysis via multiple imputation for longitudinal trials with protocol deviation
S. Cro, T. P. Morris, M. G. Kenward, and J. R. Carpenter. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Model specification and bootstrapping for multiply imputed data: An application to count models for the frequency of alcohol use
W. S. Comulada. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Analysis of partially observed clustered data using generalized estimating equations and multiple imputation
K. M. Aloisio, N. Micali, S. A. Swanson, A. Field, and N. J. Horton. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Little's test of missing completely at random
C. Li. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Diagnostics for multiple imputation in Stata
W. Eddings and Y. Marchenko. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
The impact of different sources of body mass index assessment on smoking onset: An application of multiple-source information models
M. P. Caria, R. Bellocco, M. R. Galanti, and N. J. Horton. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
A closer examination of three small-sample approximations to the multiple-imputation degrees of freedom
D. A. Wagstaff and O. Harel. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Analyzing longitudinal data in the presence of informative drop-out: The jmre1 command
N. Pantazis and G. Touloumi. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Multiple imputation of missing values: New features for mim
P. Royston, J. B. Carlin, and I. R. White. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
The Skillings–Mack test (Friedman test when there are missing data)
M. Chatfield and A. Mander. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Meta-analysis with missing data
I. R. White and J. P. T. Higgins. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
A new framework for managing and analyzing multiply imputed data in Stata
J. B. Carlin, J. C. Galati, and P. Royston. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Multiple imputation of missing values: update
P. Royston. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Tools for analyzing multiple imputed datasets
J. B. Carlin, N. Li, P. Greenwood, and C. Coffey. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.