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Vanessa Harbin <vharbin@childtrends.org> |

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"'statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu'" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu> |

Subject |
Re: st: mi estimate with wide data - "no imputations" error |

Date |
Fri, 19 Apr 2013 14:22:45 -0400 |

Thanks Daniel. I tried setting M by using char _dta[_mi_M] 5 and it now will run the mi estimate command, however, it seems to be re-creating the imputation rather than using the imputed values I set in mi register. I get this message: (44280 values of imputed variable plev in m>0 updated to match values in m=0) (variable _1_plev in m=1 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _1_plev in m=2 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _1_plev in m=3 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _1_plev in m=4 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _1_plev in m=5 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _2_plev in m=1 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _2_plev in m=2 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _2_plev in m=3 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _2_plev in m=4 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _2_plev in m=5 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _3_plev in m=1 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _3_plev in m=2 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _3_plev in m=3 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _3_plev in m=4 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _3_plev in m=5 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _4_plev in m=1 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _4_plev in m=2 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _4_plev in m=3 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _4_plev in m=4 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _4_plev in m=5 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _5_plev in m=1 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _5_plev in m=2 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _5_plev in m=3 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _5_plev in m=4 recreated using m=0 because not found) (variable _5_plev in m=5 recreated using m=0 because not found) Perhaps this is because there is no variable for M to indicate the number of the imputation? I thought mi set wide and mi register imputed would eliminate the need for that variable. Any other thoughts? Thanks!! Vanessa * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/resources/statalist-faq/ * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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