Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Missing Values Analysis with Solas

Further to my most recent post on missing values, I have read about another software package for dealing with missing values, called Solas. Solas was developed in conjunction with Prof. Donald B. Rubin from Harvard University, and features 6 different imputation techniques.

Anyone interested in this area might enjoy reading this memo by Rubin about using software for multiple imputation. There's lots of references. Also, there's an interesting case study here about the use of Solas at Statistics Denmark.

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