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The following pages give details of the packages and the survey procedures available for each.

The P|E|A|S site can help you to learn the survey routines from each packages. These pages contain links to other sites where you can find general help and support in using each package.

A:The R package

B: The SAS package

C: The Stata package

D: The SPSS package

Details on what each of these packages can offer as routines for imputation is in section 6.6 of the imputation theory section.

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The software packages PEAS is using for
data analysis are: R, Stata, SPSS and SAS.

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