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    Hi,
    I'm running a Generalized estimating equation model with multiple imputed data but I can not get a pooled outcome. Do anyone have a solution to this?

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    Re: Generalized estimating equations and multiple imputation

    Are you using a particular software and what do you mean by pooled outcome (observed plus imputed data)?
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    Re: Generalized estimating equations and multiple imputation

    Sorry yes my outcome is observed (not imputed) but all others are imputed.

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    Re: Generalized estimating equations and multiple imputation

    Hum my answer was not posed. I have used SPSS 22 and estimated a multiple imputed data set (20 dataset with about 9200 person in each). I have tried to run a GEE (binary logistic with both factor and covariates) with my MI data set. I should get an output with results from each imputed data set and pooled together (that reflect the variance between each MI data set). I have read in other forums that this might be a problem in SPSS, but would be very grateful if somebody have a solution to this.

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    Sorry, I don't use SPSS. Hopefully someone else can help
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