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Research methods journal club: a gentle introduction to imputation of missing values
  1. Rafael Perera
  1. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

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    Missing values are a common problem for researchers to deal with. A range of approaches can be used for this—from ignoring them and analysing “complete data” to imputing them through a model involving the observed (non-missing) data. The review by Donders et al 1 introduces the subject by presenting how missing data arise, describing the choices available for dealing with missing data, …

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