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st: Re: Factor Analysis and Multiple Imputation

From   mihir <>
Subject   st: Re: Factor Analysis and Multiple Imputation
Date   Sun, 9 Oct 2011 01:00:08 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks guys. This old post is still useful. Right now I am in a similar
problem. I would appreciate if you can guide me.

I have generated multiple data (5 data sets) using multiple imputation using
ICE. Now I want to create a bartlett score using principal component from
available imputed variables to use it as a predictor in several regression

I don't know how to create bartlett score from 5 imputed data sets. Should I
calculate the bartlett score separately from each of the 5 imputed data sets
OR should I just combined 5 data sets and then calculate the bartlett score?

Later, I use mi estimate command to run regression analysis based on 5
imputed data sets (with additional variable - bartlett score).

Thanks in advance.


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