DeclareDesign v0.16.0

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Declare and Diagnose Research Designs

Researchers can characterize and learn about the properties of research designs before implementation using `DeclareDesign`. Ex ante declaration and diagnosis of designs can help researchers clarify the strengths and limitations of their designs and to improve their properties, and can help readers evaluate a research strategy prior to implementation and without access to results. It can also make it easier for designs to be shared, replicated, and critiqued.

Functions in DeclareDesign

Name Description
clone_dot_edit_env Override environment via shim
simulate_design Simulate a design
expand_conditions Expand assignment conditions
declare_step Declare a custom step
declare_sampling Declare sampling procedure
set_citation Set the citation of a design
get_functions Get estimates, estimands, assignment vectors, or samples from a design given data
expand_design Declare a design via a designer
set_diagnosands Set the diagnosands for a design
redesign Redesign
reexports Objects exported from other packages
diagnosis_helpers Explore your design diagnosis
draw_functions Draw data, estimates, and estimands from a design
run_design Execute a design
reshape_diagnosis Clean up a diagnosis object for printing
deprecated Deprecated functions
declare_estimand Declare estimand
diagnose_design Diagnose the design
modify_design Modify a design after the fact
post_design Explore your design
declare_estimator Declare estimator
declare_design Declare a design
cite_design Obtain the preferred citation for a design
declare_assignment Declare assignment procedure
declare_potential_outcomes Declare potential outcomes
DeclareDesign DeclareDesign package
diagnosand_handler Declare diagnosands
declare_reveal Declare a reveal outcomes step
declare_population Declare the size and features of the population
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