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FUZZY matching using propensity score: IBM SPSS 22 Ver.
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FUZZY matching using propensity score: IBM SPSS 22 Ver.
Kim, So Youn; Baek, Jong Il;
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 Abstract
Fuzzy matching is proposed to make propensities of two groups similar with their propensity scores and a way to select control variable to make propensity scores with a process that shows how to acquire propensity scores using logic regression analysis, is presented. With such scores, it was a method to obtain an experiment group and a control group that had similar propensity employing the Fuzzy Matching. In the study, it was proven that the two groups were the same but with a different distribution chart and standardization which made edge tolerance different and we realized that the number of chosen cases decreased when the edge tolerance score became smaller. So with the idea, we were able to determine that it is possible to merge groups using fuzzy matching without a precontrol and use them when data (big data) are used while to check the pros and cons of Fuzzy Matching were made possible.
 Keywords
FUZZY mathcing;KYRBS;propensity score;
 Language
Korean
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