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Multiple Imputation for Life-Course Sequence Data

@inproceedings{Halpin2012MultipleIF,
  title={Multiple Imputation for Life-Course Sequence Data},
  author={Brendan Halpin},
  year={2012}
}
  • Brendan Halpin
  • Published 2012
  • Mathematics
  • As holistic analysis of life-course sequences becomes more common, using optimal matching (OM) and other approaches the problem of missing data becomes more serious. Longitudinal data is prone to missingness in ways that cross-sectional is not. Existing solutions (e.g., coding for gaps) are not satisfactory, and deletion of gappy sequences causes bias. Multiple imputation seems promising, but standard implementations are not adapted for sequence data. I propose and demonstrate a Stata… CONTINUE READING

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