For multivariate datasets, this function enables the estimation of missing data using the Weighted AVERage of all possible Regressions using the data available as performed by Sears et al (2008).

1 | ```
waverr(RawData, Nrepeats)
``` |

`RawData` |
A dataframe with each individual represented by a separate row and each variable by a column. Missing data coded as NA. |

`Nrepeats` |
The number of repeats performed for the estimation of the error associated with reconstructed data. |

`ReconstructedData` |
A matrix of the original data with the missing data replaced by estimated values. It is also saved as a text file in the working directory as "ReconsructedData.txt". |

`ReconstructedDataStDev` |
A matrix of the standard deviation associated with each estimated value. It is also saved as a text file in the working directory as "ReconsructedDataStDev.txt". |

`ResampledData` |
A three-dimensional array in which each estimated value is resampled (number of repeats determined by Nrepeats) according to a normal distribution. It is also saved as a text file in the working directory as "ResampledReconstructions.txt". |

`VariableStDev` |
A matrix of the error associated with each estimated data point as a function of the standard deviation of Nrepeat resampled estimations. It is also saved as a text file in the working directory as "ResampledReconstructionsStandardDeviation.txt". |

Olivia Cheronet, John A. Finarelli

Sears, K.E., Finarelli, J.A., Flynn, J.J., & Wyss, A.R. (2008). Estimating body mass in New World "monkeys" (Platyrrhini, Primates), with a consideration of the Miocene platyrrhine, Chilecebus carrascoensis. *American Museum Novitates*, *3617*, 1-29.

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