Multiple Imputation with Norm 2.03
In this chapter, I provide step-by-step instructions for performing multiple imputation with Schafer’s (1997) NORM 2.03 program. Although these instructions apply most directly to NORM, most of the concepts apply to other MI programs as well.
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