suffnec: Produces a sufficiency and necessity matrix

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

Description

creates a matrix of the sufficiency and necessity scores for a crisp set or fuzzy set data frame.

Usage

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suffnec(x, use = c("complete", "pairwise"))

## S3 method for class 'suffnec'
print(x, digits = 3, ...)

Arguments

x

For coincide, x is a dataframe of crip set or fuzzy set data, which ranges from 0 to 1.

use

The method of handling missing data. "complete" means listwise deletion and "pairwise" means pairwise deletion.

digits

a non-null value for 'digits' specifies the minimum number of significant digits to be printed in values.

...

arguments passed to default method of print.

Details

In the terminology of set theory, if X is the sufficient condition of Y, then the score of X should be consistently less or equal than that of Y. Similarly, if X is the necessary condition of Y, then the sore of X should be consistently greater or equal than that of Y. The necessary score measures such consitency. The formulas can be found in Ragin(2006:297).

For crip set, sufficient score measures proportation of Y=1 given that X=1. The neccessary score measures the proportation of X=1 given that Y=1.

Value

A list of two matrixs of consistency score.

suff

Sufficiency Scores Matrix,measuring the consistency score of 'X is sufficient condition of Y'.

nec

Necessity Scores Matrix, measuring the consistency score of 'X is necessary condition of Y'.

Author(s)

Ronggui HUANG

References

Ragin, Charles C. 2006. "Set Relations in Social Research:Evaluating Their Consistency and Coverage." Political Analysis 14 (3) : 291-310

See Also

coincid

Examples

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suffnec(CoD[,c('cod',"econdev","ethlihom","nocom")]) 


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