A mean score method for missing and auxiliary covariate data in regression models

@inproceedings{Reilly1995AMS,
  title={A mean score method for missing and auxiliary covariate data in regression models},
  author={Marie Reilly and Margaret Sullivan Pepe},
  year={1995}
}
SUMMARY We consider regression analysis when incomplete or auxiliary covariate data are available for all study subjects and, in addition, for a subset called the validation sample, true covariate data of interest have been ascertained. The term auxiliary data refers to data not in the regression model, but thought to be informative about the true missing covariate data of interest. We discuss a method which is nonparametric with respect to the association between available and missing data… CONTINUE READING

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