Imputed value

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Imputed value

Refers to the value of an asset, service, or company that is not physically recorded in any accounts but is implicit in the product, e.g., the opportunity cost of cash remaining in a savings account and not invested.

Imputed Value

The value of a company including its opportunity cost and intangible assets.
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Administrative records data or imputed values supplement the survey to account for nonresponse, as well as nonemployer and certain other businesses.
The second strategy involves replacing the missing values with two or more imputed values in order to reflect uncertainty about which value to impute.
In addition, both random draw and hot deck are single imputation methods, which treat imputed values as known.
Finally, the imputed values and the ground truth values are compared in order to evaluate the imputation performance.
GDP has been getting more abstract concept containing wire range of imputed values as imputed rents, value added of research and development, consumption of fixed capital or the estimation of the size of shadow economy.
Despite its popularity, this method of using imputed values to compute a sample geometric mean which is used to estimate the population geometric mean (needed in many common statistical analyses) has not been adequately reviewed in the statistical literature.
With these new imputed values, we can compare the actual income reported in the CE to the imputed value.
That is, variance estimates based on the complete data (the observed data with imputed values replacing the missing data) will be biased downwards because the imputed data does not contain information about uncertainty in the parameter estimates used in the imputation [11, 20-22].
(3,25) There were 38,280 participants, 1,440 missing/excluded/highly imputed values, 5,280 with imputed values and 31,175 with no imputed values.
Secondly, the selection of model used to generate the imputed values must be well suited with the subsequent analysis so that it can conserve the associations among variables that will be the focus of later analysis.
As expected the imputed values and variance with 10% missing data are larger than 5% missing data.