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DKUKEC
Greetings Dear Listers,

Can someone recommend a guide or article that describes how to prepare data and use propensity score matching to compare outcomes between an program and control group?  I would like to use SPSS to assemble the data and R to perform the propensity score matching analysis.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  I am wondering if there was an "idiot's guide" out there; which would serve me very well!!

Cheers,
Damir
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Re: Propensity Score Matching and Analysis

Martha Hewett
I don't know the answer to your question although I'm interested in it myself.  I recently ordered the two books below to help me with this very issue but can't tell you yet how useful they are.  You might want to browse them on Amazon to see what you think.

Design of Observational Studies, Paul R Rosenbaum
Propensity Score Analysis: Statistical Methods and Applications,  Guo and Fraser  





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Greetings Dear Listers,

Can someone recommend a guide or article that describes how to prepare data
and use propensity score matching to compare outcomes between an program and
control group?  I would like to use SPSS to assemble the data and R to
perform the propensity score matching analysis.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  I am wondering if there was
an "idiot's guide" out there; which would serve me very well!!

Cheers,
Damir



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la volta statistics
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Look up http://www.unc.edu/~painter/SPSSsyntax/propen.txt


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Greetings Dear Listers,

Can someone recommend a guide or article that describes how to prepare data
and use propensity score matching to compare outcomes between an program and
control group?  I would like to use SPSS to assemble the data and R to
perform the propensity score matching analysis.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  I am wondering if there was
an "idiot's guide" out there; which would serve me very well!!

Cheers,
Damir



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Re: Propensity Score Matching and Analysis

Bruce Weaver
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Hello Martha.  I'm not familiar with either of those, so look forward to your (eventual) comments on them.  ;-)


Martha Hewett wrote
I don't know the answer to your question although I'm interested in it
myself.  I recently ordered the two books below to help me with this very
issue but can't tell you yet how useful they are.  You might want to
browse them on Amazon to see what you think.

Design of Observational Studies, Paul R Rosenbaum
Propensity Score Analysis: Statistical Methods and Applications,  Guo and
Fraser





From:   DKUKEC <[hidden email]>
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Date:   11/27/2012 09:51 AM
Subject:        Propensity Score Matching and Analysis
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Greetings Dear Listers,

Can someone recommend a guide or article that describes how to prepare
data
and use propensity score matching to compare outcomes between an program
and
control group?  I would like to use SPSS to assemble the data and R to
perform the propensity score matching analysis.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  I am wondering if there was
an "idiot's guide" out there; which would serve me very well!!

Cheers,
Damir



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No can do.  Please see http://listserv.uga.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=spssx-l&A=1.

Bin Cheng wrote
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Re: Propensity Score Matching and Analysis

Maguin, Eugene
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Damir,

Have you googled 'propensity score' or 'propensity score matching' and related variations? Lisa Kaltenbach has a pdf that can be looked at. LaVolta posted that link to John Painter's spss text but back up and look at the ~painter page because there are several page links there. I think you might also profitably look at the Stata links that come up because Stata has a propensity scoring procedure in the program. Look also for Guo's or Mark Fraser's websites because of their recent book. I think Rosenbaum, along with Rubin, was one of the original developers of the theory. An access problem is that a lot of the writing about propensity scoring is in books and journal articles and you may not have direct access to a research library.

Gene Maguin

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Subject: Propensity Score Matching and Analysis

Greetings Dear Listers,

Can someone recommend a guide or article that describes how to prepare data and use propensity score matching to compare outcomes between an program and control group?  I would like to use SPSS to assemble the data and R to perform the propensity score matching analysis.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  I am wondering if there was an "idiot's guide" out there; which would serve me very well!!

Cheers,
Damir



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Re: Propensity Score Matching and Analysis

Jackowski, Katherine
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These two articles can be found online without needing research library
access:

- KING, MASSOGLIA & MACMILLAN (2007). THE CONTEXT OF MARRIAGE AND CRIME:
GENDER, THE PROPENSITY TO MARRY,AND OFFENDING IN EARLY ADULTHOOD*.
CRIMINOLOGY, 45(1), 33-65.

- Thoemmes, F. Propensity score matching in SPSS.University of Tübingen.

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Re: Propensity Score Matching and Analysis

Ryan Black
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I posted a link to this SUGI paper recently on the list:


Ryan 

On Nov 27, 2012, at 9:39 AM, DKUKEC <[hidden email]> wrote:

Greetings Dear Listers,

Can someone recommend a guide or article that describes how to prepare data
and use propensity score matching to compare outcomes between an program and
control group?  I would like to use SPSS to assemble the data and R to
perform the propensity score matching analysis.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  I am wondering if there was
an "idiot's guide" out there; which would serve me very well!!

Cheers,
Damir



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Re: Propensity Score Matching and Analysis

Muir Houston-3
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See also LinkPlus from the CDC

http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/npcr/tools/registryplus/lp.htm




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Look up http://www.unc.edu/~painter/SPSSsyntax/propen.txt


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Von: SPSSX(r) Discussion [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von DKUKEC
Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. November 2012 15:39
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Betreff: Propensity Score Matching and Analysis

Greetings Dear Listers,

Can someone recommend a guide or article that describes how to prepare data and use propensity score matching to compare outcomes between an program and control group?  I would like to use SPSS to assemble the data and R to perform the propensity score matching analysis.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  I am wondering if there was an "idiot's guide" out there; which would serve me very well!!

Cheers,
Damir



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DKUKEC
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I would like to thank everyone for their assistance.  Your references and links have been very helpful and I have plenty to work with.  Best wishes.

Damir