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Statistical analysis with missing data

Author: Roderick J A Little; Donald B Rubin
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2002.
Series: Wiley series in probability and statistics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
Incorporating a large body of new work in the field, this second edition includes the latest applications of modern missing-data methods to real data. The authors also examine the theoretical and technical extensions that take advantage of recent computational advances.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Little, Roderick J.A.
Statistical analysis with missing data.
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2002
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roderick J A Little; Donald B Rubin
ISBN: 0471183865 9780471183860
OCLC Number: 48466746
Description: xv, 381 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: The Problem of Missing Data --
Missing-Data Patterns --
Mechanisms That Lead to Missing Data --
A Taxonomy of Missing-Data Methods --
Missing Data in Experiments --
The Exact Least Squares Solution with Complete Data --
The Correct Least Squares Analysis with Missing Data --
Filling in Least Squares Estimates --
Bartlett's ANCOVA Method --
Least Squares Estimates of Missing Values by ANCOVA Using Only Complete-Data Methods --
Correct Least Squares Estimates of Standard Errors and One Degree of Freedom Sums of Squares --
Correct Least Squares Sums of Squares with More Than One Degree of Freedom --
Complete-Case and Available-Case Analysis, Including Weighting Methods --
Complete-Case Analysis --
Weighted Complete-Case Analysis --
Available-Case Analysis --
Single Imputation Methods --
Imputing Means from a Predictive Distribution --
Imputing Draws from a Predictive Distribution --
Estimation of Imputation Uncertainty --
Imputation Methods that Provide Valid Standard Errors from a Single Filled-in Data Set --
Standard Errors for Imputed Data by Resampling --
Introduction to Multiple Imputation --
Comparison of Resampling Methods and Multiple Imputation --
Likelihood-Based Approaches to the Analysis of Missing Data --
Theory of Inference Based on the Likelihood Function --
Review of Likelihood-Based Estimation for Complete Data --
Likelihood-Based Inference with Incomplete Data --
A Generally Flawed Alternative to Maximum Likelihood: Maximizing Over the Parameters and the Missing Data --
Likelihood Theory for Coarsened Data. Factored likelihood methods, ignoring the missing-data mechanism --
Bivariate normal data with one variable subject to nonresponse : ML estimation --
Bivariate normal monotone data : small-sample inference --
monotone data with more than two variables --
Factorizations for special nonmonotone patterns --
Maximum likelihood for general patterns of missing data : introduction and theory with ignorable nonresponse --
Alternative computational strategies --
Introduction to the EM algorithm --
The E and M steps of EM --
Theory of the EM algorithm --
extensions of EM --
Hybrid maximization methods --
Large-sample inference based on maximum likelihood estimates --
Standard errors based on the information matrix --
Standard errors via methods that do not require computing and inverting an estimate of the observed information matrix --
Bayes and multiple imputation --
Bayesian iterative simulation methods --
Multiple imputation --
Multivariate normal examples, ignoring the missing-data mechanism --
Inference for a mean vector and covariance matrix with missing data under normality --
Estimation with a restricted covariance matrix --
Multiple linear regression --
A general repeated-measures model with missing data --
Time series models --
Robust estimation --
Robust estimation for a univariate sample --
Robust estimation of the mean and covariance matrix --
Further extensions of the t model. Models for partially classified contingency tables, ignoring the missing-data mechanism --
Factored likelihoods for monotone multinomial data --
ML and Bayes estimation for multinomial samples with general patterns of missing data --
Loglinear models for partially classified contingency tables --
mixed normal and non-normal data with missing values, ignoring the missing-data mechanism --
The general location model --
The general location model with parameter constraints --
Regression problems involving mixtures of continuous and categorical variables --
Futher extensions of the general location model --
Nonignorable missing-data models --
Likelihood theory for nonignorable models --
Models with known nonignorable missing-data mechanisms : grouped and rounded data --
Normal selection models --
Normal pattern-mixture models --
Nonignorable models for normal repeated-measures data --
Nonignorable models for categorical data.
Series Title: Wiley series in probability and statistics.
Responsibility: Roderick J.A. Little, Donald B. Rubin.
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