Practical Propensity Score Methods Using R

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Description: This project is to make resources (data and code) for the book "Practical Propensity Score Methods Using R" (by Walter Leite, published by Sage Publications in 2017) freely available, and to update these resources as research on propensity score analysis progresses. The resources in this project cover estimation of propensity scores, propensity score weighting, matching and stratification, propensity score methods for multiple treatments, continuous treatment doses, and propensity score methods for multilevel data and with structural equation modeling.

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This project is to make resources (data and code) for the book "Practical Propensity Score Methods Using R" (by Walter Leite, published by Sage Publications in 2017) freely available, and to update these resources as research on propensity score analysis progresses. The resources in this project cover estimation of propensity scores, propensity score weighting, matching and stratification, propens...

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