Imputed Details
Low Imputed Students
Low Imputed means that students were missing less than 5% of expected data. Multivariate imputation by chained equations (MICE) is utilized for multiple imputations. Five separate imputations are performed on the prediction data sets. To reduce the potential for extreme scores being included in the imputed data, the median imputed score is used for prediction.
Type | Column Label / Definition |
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Measure | # Students The unique count of students. Each student is counted only once. |
Moderately Imputed Students
Moderately Imputed means that students were missing between 5% and 10% of expected data. Multivariate imputation by chained equations (MICE) is utilized for multiple imputations. Five separate imputations are performed on the prediction data sets. To reduce the potential for extreme scores being included in the imputed data, the median imputed score is used for prediction.
Type | Column Label / Definition |
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Measure | # Students The unique count of students. Each student is counted only once. |
Highly Imputed Students
Highly Imputed means that students were missing more than 10% of expected data. Multivariate imputation by chained equations (MICE) is utilized for multiple imputations. Five separate imputations are performed on the prediction data sets. To reduce the potential for extreme scores being included in the imputed data, the median imputed score is used for prediction.
Type | Column Label / Definition |
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Measure | # Students The unique count of students. Each student is counted only once. |
Imputed Ranges by Student Group
The # of students for each subgroup and which category of imputation they fall into.
Type | Column Label / Definition |
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Dimension | Student Subgroup Students having a particular demographic characteristic. Examples: race, gender, EL, SPED. |
Dimension | Imputed Range |
Measure | # Students The unique count of students. Each student is counted only once. |
Imputed Ranges by Grade
The # of students for each grade and which category of imputation they fall into.
Type | Column Label / Definition |
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Dimension | Grade The student's grade level. |
Dimension | Imputed Range |
Measure | # Students The unique count of students. Each student is counted only once. |
Imputed Percentage Spread
The % Imputed refers to the amount of expected data that is missing for a student. This graph shows how many students fall into each % of missing data.
Type | Column Label / Definition |
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Dimension | % Imputed The % imputed refers to the amount of data that a student is missing. This could range from 0% to close to 100%. Multivariate imputation by chained equations (MICE) is utilized for multiple imputations. Five separate imputations are performed on the prediction data sets. To reduce the potential for extreme scores being included in the imputed data, the median imputed score is used for prediction. |
Measure | # Students The unique count of students. Each student is counted only once. |
Most Common Imputed Data
Type | Column Label / Definition |
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Dimension | Predictive Input The name of the data element that was utilized in this week's prediction for on-time graduation. The predictive model runs weekly and the items listed and their order of importance may change. |
Measure | # Students The unique count of students. Each student is counted only once. |