By Paul D. Allison
Using a number of examples and functional assistance, this ebook bargains a nontechnical clarification of the traditional tools for lacking info (such as listwise or casewise deletion) in addition to more moderen (and, larger) tools, greatest chance and a number of imputation. somebody who has trusted ad-hoc tools which are statistically inefficient or biased will locate this publication a welcome and available method to their issues of dealing with lacking data.
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