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Qualitative Comparative Analysis

An extensive set of functions to perform Qualitative Comparative Analysis: crisp sets ('csQCA'), temporal ('tQCA'), multi-value ('mvQCA') and fuzzy sets ('fsQCA'), using a GUI - graphical user interface. 'QCA' is a methodology that bridges the qualitative and quantitative divide in social science research. It uses a Boolean algorithm that results in a minimal causal combination that explains a given phenomenon.

Functions in QCA

Name Description
_Ragin and Strand University recognition of a graduate student union
modelFit Theory evaluation
export Export a dataframe to a file or a connection
PI chart functions: makeChart, findmin, solveChart Create and solve a prime implicants chart
minimize Minimize a truth table
findTh Find calibration thresholds
findRows Find untenable configurations
Implicant matrix functions: allExpressions, createMatrix, getRow Functions Related to the Implicant Matrix
fuzzyand, fuzzyor Logical operations
calibrate Calibrate raw data to crisp or fuzzy sets
causalChain Perform CNA - coincidence analysis using QCA
runGUI run the GUI shiny app for the QCA package
superSubset, findSubsets, findSupersets Functions to find subsets or supersets
truthTable Create a truth table
retention Compute the retention probability of a csQCA solution
Parameters of fit Calculate parameters of fit
_Nieuwbeerta Class voting in post-World War era
QCA-internal Internal Functions
_Lipset Lipset's indicators for the survival of democracy during the inter-war period.
_Legacy datasets Legacy datasets
_Cebotari and Vink Ethnic protest in Europe
_Hino Ethnic protest in Europe
QCA-package QCA: A Package for Qualitative Comparative Analysis
XYplot Create an XY plot
Xplot Display the distribution of points for a single condition
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Date 2019-11-14
LazyData yes
License GPL (>= 2)
NeedsCompilation yes
Packaged 2019-11-14 16:35:08 UTC; dusadrian
Repository CRAN
Date/Publication 2019-11-17 14:50:02 UTC

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