Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

This function performs an optimal statistical matching that sequentially balances the nominal levels (near-fine balance), the marginal distribution of the propensity score, and the total within-matched-pair Mahalanobis distance.

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`Z` |
A length-n vector of treatment indicator. |

`X` |
A n-by-p matrix of covariates with column names. |

`propensity` |
A vector of estimated propensity score (length(propensity) = length(Z)). |

`dataset` |
Dataset to be matched. |

`method` |
Method used to compute treated-control distance on the left. The default is the Mahalanobis distance. |

`exact` |
A vector of strings indicating which variables need to be exactly matched. |

`caliper_left` |
Size of caliper on the left network. |

`caliper_right` |
Size of caliper on the right network. |

`k_left` |
Connect each treated to k_left controls closest in the propensity score in the left network. |

`k_right` |
Connect each treated to k_right controls closest in the propensity score in the right network. |

`fb_var` |
A vector giving names of variables in matrix X to be finely balanced. |

`controls` |
Number of controls matched to each treated. Default is 1. |

`include` |
A binary vector indicating which controls must be included (length(include) = sum(1-Z)). |

This function returns a list of three objects including the feasibility of the matching problem and the matched controls organized in different formats. See the documentation of the function construct_outcome or the vignette for more details.

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# We first prepare the input X, Z, propensity score
attach(dt_Rouse)
X = cbind(female,black,bytest,dadeduc,momeduc,fincome)
Z = IV
propensity = glm(IV~female+black+bytest+dadeduc+momeduc+fincome,
family=binomial)$fitted.values
detach(dt_Rouse)
matching_output_double_calipers = match_2C(Z = Z, X = X,
propensity = propensity,
caliper_left = 0.05, caliper_right = 0.05,
k_left = 100, k_right = 100,
dataset = dt_Rouse)
# Please refer to the vignette for many more examples.
``` |

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