Hi, I am using a

(1) Is there any command that can be used to calculate coefficients, standard errors, and p-values for Tobit models based on imputed data sets?

(2) More generally, for any regression models not supported by the command "mi estimate," how can I get the coefficients and standard errors by hand calculation? Do I simply "average" the coefficients and standard errors across my imputed data sets, or is there any formula?

Thanks!

**Tobit**model. But my data have a lot of missing values. So I have to create 5-20 imputed data sets. However, the Stata command "mi estimate:" does not support commands such as "tobit" or "craggit" (Cragg's Tobit). My questions are:(1) Is there any command that can be used to calculate coefficients, standard errors, and p-values for Tobit models based on imputed data sets?

(2) More generally, for any regression models not supported by the command "mi estimate," how can I get the coefficients and standard errors by hand calculation? Do I simply "average" the coefficients and standard errors across my imputed data sets, or is there any formula?

Thanks!

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