Six things to bear in mind when performing multiple imputation

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We are honoured this month to have a guest blog from Nidhi Menon. Nidhi is a Biostatistician within BDSI, supporting the Health Analytics Research Centre (HARC), a collaboration between ACT Health and its academic partners focused on health data science and research methods as well as analytics in both qualitative and quantitative areas. Her PhD was […]

Understanding interactions

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During its history of almost 40 years, the SCU has collected a big archive and some of that material is still relevant today. The Letters of SCU series will bring out some of these masterpieces to bring age-old problems back in the limelight. Dear SCU, Please help me with this intransigent referee! I have two […]