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Re: st: impute missing values

From   Federico Belotti <>
Subject   Re: st: impute missing values
Date   Thu, 6 May 2010 17:14:50 +0200


Have you tried with -mi-? It is a structured suite of commands to deal with multiple-imputation available with Stata 11 (-impute- is a simple, limited and old version of the command)

Anyway, I need some details before trying to code a solution for your problem. For instance, how many variables with missing values in each station? how many obs completely missing? Have all datasets the same missing pattern?


Federico Belotti
Faculty of Economics
Department of Financial and Quantitative Economics
University of Rome Tor Vergata 
tel: +39 06 7259 5624

On 6 May , at 01:47, Giancarlo Musto wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I have daily weather data for several private weather stations near a
> zone of interest. I have some gaps in the data and sometimes these
> gaps are overlapping. To be precise, there are some days in which I
> have missing values for all the weather stations. I would like to
> consider the closest weather station and impute the missing values on
> the basis of the other stations. I tried to use the command "impute",
> but in this way I still have some missing values. Do you know how I
> could solve this problem?
> Thanks,
> Giancarlo
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