A new version of Amelia II, a free package for multiple imputation, has just been released today. Amelia II is available in two versions. One is part of R, and the other, AmeliaView, is a GUI package that does not require any knowledge of the R programming language. They both use the same underlying algorithms and both require having R installed.
At the Amelia II website, you can download Amelia II (did I mention it’s free?!), download R, get the very useful User’s Guide, join the Amelia listserve, and get information about multiple imputation.
If you want to learn more about multiple imputation:
- Read more articles on StatChat
- Watch my webinar on Approaches to Missing Data
- Get the list of recommended resources. There are some really good, easy to read articles, books, and websites in this list.
- Six Differences Between Repeated Measures ANOVA and Linear Mixed Models
- Linear Mixed Models for Missing Data in Pre-Post Studies
- Multiple Imputation for Missing Data: Indicator Variables versus Categorical Variables
- Two Recommended Solutions for Missing Data: Multiple Imputation and Maximum Likelihood