Reporting multiple imputation: Example Stata code(2015)
The miexample.do file includes Stata code illustrating implementation of the recommended multiple imputation (MI) reporting practices from the article "Reporting the use of multiple imputation for missing data in higher education research," Research in Higher Education, doi: 10.1007/s11162-014-9344-9. After a brief description of the example used in the code (which uses a publicly available, downloadable dataset), a sample paragraph offers possible text for writing up results using MI to handle missing data in this example. In both the sample paragraph and the subsequent example Stata code, the recommended MI reporting practices identified in the article (Table 1) are highlighted. These recommendations are intended to help authors report MI results in an understandable way and to facilitate replication.
- survey research,
- missing data,
- higher education,
- multiple imputation (MI)
Citation InformationCatherine A. Manly and Ryan S. Wells. "Reporting multiple imputation: Example Stata code" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ryan_wells/21/