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st: Using AIPW for missing data purposes in RCTs?

From   "Stephen Kay (TRUELIFE)" <>
To   "" <>
Subject   st: Using AIPW for missing data purposes in RCTs?
Date   Tue, 25 Jun 2013 12:17:34 +0000


Stata 13 has augmented inverse probability weighting, AIPW, capabilities aimed at observational data. I don't have Stata 13 so cannot test it out. Does anyone know if it can be used/modified  for missing data problems in RCTs (which is one area that AIPW is used for)? I have such a trial to analysis and it may be worth upgrading if so. Or can anyone point me to other ado files for Stata 12 that can do so?

Many thanks,



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