consistGap: Consistency gaps between configurations

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/truthTable.R

Description

Show the consistency gaps between configurations

Usage

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Arguments

x

A fuzzy set truthTable.

Details

Sometimes, QCA users should not mechanically use a pre-determined consistency cut-off. One possible way to determine such a cut-off is to examine the biggest consistency gap between configurations (Schneider & Wagemann,2010:407) and place a cutting point between the two configuations.

The truthTable is sorted according to consistency and outcome first before calculating the consistency gap.

Value

A data frame with 6 columns, with ConsistGap the most important variable.

Author(s)

Ronggui HUANG

References

Schneider, C. & Wagemann, C. 2010. Standards of Good Practice in Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) and Fuzzy-Sets. Comparative Sociology, 9 (3): 397-418.

See Also

setOUT, fs_truthTable

Examples

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xs<-c("Developed.FZ","Urban.FZ","Literate.FZ","Industrial.FZ","Stable.FZ")

fst <- fs_truthTable(Lipset_fs,"Survived.FZ", xs,
        cases="Country",consistency_cutoff=0.7)

consistGap(fst)

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