Imputes a random sample from the observed `y`

data

`mice.impute.sample(y, ry, x = NULL, wy = NULL, ...)`

y

Vector to be imputed

ry

Logical vector of length `length(y)`

indicating the
the subset `y[ry]`

of elements in `y`

to which the imputation
model is fitted. The `ry`

generally distinguishes the observed
(`TRUE`

) and missing values (`FALSE`

) in `y`

.

x

Numeric design matrix with `length(y)`

rows with predictors for
`y`

. Matrix `x`

may have no missing values.

wy

Logical vector of length `length(y)`

. A `TRUE`

value
indicates locations in `y`

for which imputations are created.

...

Other named arguments.

Vector with imputed data, same type as `y`

, and of length
`sum(wy)`

This function takes a simple random sample from the observed values in
`y`

, and returns these as imputations.

van Buuren S and Groothuis-Oudshoorn K (2011). `mice`

:
Multivariate Imputation by Chained Equations in `R`

. *Journal of
Statistical Software*, **45**(3), 1-67.
https://www.jstatsoft.org/v45/i03/