Statistical Science

[Multiple-Imputation Inferences with Uncongenial Sources of Input]: Comment: Using the Full Toolkit

Alan M. Zaslavsky

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Statist. Sci., Volume 9, Number 4 (1994), 563-565.

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First available in Project Euclid: 19 April 2007

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doi:10.1214/ss/1177010273

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Zaslavsky, Alan M. [Multiple-Imputation Inferences with Uncongenial Sources of Input]: Comment: Using the Full Toolkit. Statist. Sci. 9 (1994), no. 4, 563--565. doi:10.1214/ss/1177010273. https://projecteuclid.org/euclid.ss/1177010273


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  • Original Paper: Xiao-Li Meng. Multiple-Imputation Inferences with Uncongenial Sources of Input. Statist. Sci., Volume 9, Number 4 (1994), 538--558.
  • See Comment: Robert E. Fay. [Multiple-Imputation Inferences with Uncongenial Sources of Input]: Comment. Statist. Sci., Volume 9, Number 4 (1994), 558--560.
  • See Comment: Joseph L. Schafer. [Multiple-Imputation Inferences with Uncongenial Sources of Input]: Comment. Statist. Sci., Volume 9, Number 4 (1994), 560--561.
  • See Comment: Chris Skinner. [Multiple-Imputation Inferences with Uncongenial Sources of Input]: Comment. Statist. Sci., Volume 9, Number 4 (1994), 561--563.
  • See Comment: Xiao-Li Meng. [Multiple-Imputation Inferences with Uncongenial Sources of Input]: Rejoinder. Statist. Sci., Volume 9, Number 4 (1994), 566--573.