Using Multiple Imputation to Improve the Harmonization of Repeated Cross-National Surveys

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Description: This vignette discusses a technique for coping with the problem of systematically missing data in longitudinal social and political surveys. I present a demonstration with the R mice package and data from the European Values Study.

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The vignette introduces a technique for coping with the problem of systematically missing data in longitudinal social and political surveys. The project combines many aspects of open science: The multiple imputation procedure was implemented in R, a programming language and free software environment for statistical computing. The text and the code of the vignette were prepared in R markdown, a...

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