Description Usage Arguments Value Note See Also Examples

Repeats an analysis for each of a set of 'plausible values' in a data
set, returning a list suitable for `MIcombine`

. That is, the data
set contains some sets of columns where each set are multiple
imputations of the same variable. With
`rewrite=TRUE`

, the `action`

is rewritten to reference each
plausible value in turn; with coderewrite=FALSE a new data set is
constructed for each plausible value, which is slower but more general.

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`mapping` |
A formula or list of formulas describing each variable in the analysis that has plausible values. The left-hand side of the formula is the name to use in the analysis; the right-hand side gives the names in the dataset. |

`data` |
A data frame. Methods for |

`action` |
With |

`rewrite` |
Rewrite |

`...` |
For methods |

A list of the results returned by each evaluation of `action`

, with the call as an attribute.

I would be interested in seeing naturally-occurring examples where
`rewrite=TRUE`

does not work

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data(pisamaths)
models<-withPV(list(maths~PV1MATH+PV2MATH+PV3MATH+PV4MATH+PV5MATH), data=pisamaths,
action= quote(lm(maths~ ST04Q01*(PCGIRLS+SMRATIO)+MATHEFF+OPENPS,
data=.DATA)),
rewrite=FALSE
)
summary(MIcombine(models))
## equivalently
models2<-withPV(list(maths~PV1MATH+PV2MATH+PV3MATH+PV4MATH+PV5MATH), data=pisamaths,
action=quote( lm(maths~ST04Q01*(PCGIRLS+SMRATIO)+MATHEFF+OPENPS)), rewrite=TRUE)
summary(MIcombine(models2))
``` |

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