Exercise

# Inference with imputed data

In the last exercise, you have run `mice`

to multiply impute the `africa`

data. In this one, you will implement the other two steps of the mice - with - pool flow you've learned about earlier in the course. The model of interest is a linear regression that explains the GDP, `gdp_pc`

, with other variables. You are particularly interested in the coefficient of civil liberties, `civlib`

. Is more liberty associated with more economic growth once we incorporate the uncertainty from imputation? Let's find out!

Instructions 1/4

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- To each imputed data set, fit a linear regression model that explains
`gdp_pc`

using`country`

,`year`

,`trade`

,`infl`

and`civlib`

, assigning the result to`lm_multiimp`

.