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Handling Missing Data in R with MICE
The Biostatistics Section's workshop entitled "Handling Missing Data in R with MICE" for the coming annual meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada (SSC) at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, MB, is to be given by Stef van Buuren. Stef is statistician at Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research TNO in Leiden, and Professor of Missing Data at the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands; he pioneered the chained equations approach, and developed of the popular MICE package for creating and analyzing multiple imputations in R. Details of the workshop are found here.
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