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Kyra
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Hi,

 

I am having problem understanding when to use FCS method and when to use MCMC method in multiple imputation. Missing data pattern is Arbitrary in my dataset.

 

Thanks

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SAS_Rob
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MCMC method would be for continuous variables that are assumed to follow a multivariate normal distribution. FCS assumes the existence of a joint distribution for all variables. It allows for a mixture of continuous and categorical variables.

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SAS_Rob
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MCMC method would be for continuous variables that are assumed to follow a multivariate normal distribution. FCS assumes the existence of a joint distribution for all variables. It allows for a mixture of continuous and categorical variables.

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