New version released of Amelia II: A Program for Missing Data

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:

Approaches to Missing Data: the Good, the Bad, and the Unthinkable
Learn the different methods for dealing with missing data and how they work in different missing data situations.

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  1. Sushant says

    It says on the documentation that it requires normalized data , for EM imputation, but the datasets are not always Normalized, what if I have to apply it on very large dataset, can we normalize datasets ?


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