[AISWorld] Visualization and Imputation of Non-normal Missing Data: Short Course with Software

Geoffrey Hubona ghubona at gmail.com
Tue Sep 16 13:00:11 EDT 2014

See http://tinyurl.com/vimgui
Why throw away your non-normal research data using casewise, listwise, or
pairwise deletion to "fix" missing data problems? Or why "average it away"
with mean/median/mode replacement?

Discounted 4-session live online course instructing on the use of 4
different data imputation techniques suitable for data that is not
multivariate normal, for example, with PLS path modeling.

You receive complete training on the professional VIMGUI software, as well
as unrestricted, permanent use of the software itself. VIMGUI supports the
following contemporary data imputation techniques: (1) Hot Deck imputation;
(2) k-nearest neighbor; (3) individual, regression-based imputation; and
(4) iterative, model-based, stepwise regression imputation (irmi algorithm).

Course registration includes R-Courseware community user account through
December of 2014. VIMGUI also provides extensive missing data visualization
capabilities so you can see the 'missingness' data patterns to choose the
most appropriate imputation approach.

If you want to learn how to perform statistical analyses; data analyses
and/or data mining; graphical presentations of data; and/or programming
with open-source R software for your school work or for your job, please
consider this opportunity.

Included R-Courseware user account has 1300+ analytics, statistical, and
data mining video and materials files on "hands on" research methods

Visit http://tinyurl.com/vimgui

Geoff Hubona
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