[R] Missing data and Imputation

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Mon Apr 8 19:58:20 CEST 2002

>>>>> "ted" == Ted Harding <Ted> writes:

    ted> Hi Folks,
    ted> I'm currently looking at missing data/imputation
    ted> methods (including multiple imputation).

    ted> S-Plus has a "missing data library".

    ted> What similar resources are available within R?

Joe Shafer's packages (cat, norm, mix), which may form the basis for
S-Plus'  library (I don't remember this, any more) are available.  

A general framework would be nice for creating and recreating imputed
data sets, but in general, it isn't hard to roll your own.


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