# Hino2009: Example data of Time-series QCA. In QCA3: Yet Another Package for Qualitative Comparative Analysis

## Description

Example data in Hino (2009), demonstrating the use of time-serious QCA.

## Usage

 `1` ```data(Hino2009) ```

## Format

A data frame with 30 observations on the following 5 variables.

`ID`

a factor

`VOTE`

a numeric vector

`FOREIGN`

a numeric vector

`UNEMP`

a numeric vector

`DIVERT`

a numeric vector

## References

Hino, Airo 2009. "Time-Series QCA: Studying Temporal Change through Boolean Analysis." Sociological Theory and Methods 24 (2) : 247-265.

## Examples

 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15``` ```data(Hino2009) Hino2009\$COUNTRY <- gsub("[0-9]*","",Hino2009\$ID) Hino2009\$TIME <- gsub("[A-Z]*","",Hino2009\$ID) t2 <- QCA3:::timeDiff(Hino2009,Hino2009\$COUNTRY,Hino2009\$TIME) ## table 2 t3 <- QCA3:::tsData_tdiff(Hino2009,Hino2009\$COUNTRY,Hino2009\$TIME) t3\$PRES80s <- 1 t3\$PRES80s[match(c("FI","G","SWE","IC","L"),t3\$COUNTRY)] <- 0 t3\$CONV <- 1 - t3\$DIVERT ## manually add PRES80s rownames(t3) <- t3\$ID ## used as case ID. tt <- cs_truthTable(t3,"VOTE",c("FOREIGN","UNEMP","CONV","PRES80s")) reduce(tt,expl="positive") ## formula (5) reduce(tt,expl="positive",remainder="include")## formula (6) reduce(tt,expl="negative") ## ## formula (7) reduce(tt,expl="negative",remainder="include") ## ## formula (8) ```

QCA3 documentation built on Jan. 15, 2017, 6:58 p.m.