Authors: Matthew Blackwell, Stefano Iacus, Gary King, and Giuseppe Porro
This program is designed to improve the estimation of causal effects via an extremely powerful method of matching that is widely applicable and exceptionally easy to understand and use (if you understand how to draw a histogram, you will understand this method). The program implements the Coarsened Exact Matching (CEM) algorithm described in: Read more about CEM for SPSS
Undergraduates interested in participating in the Research Scholars Program should check Current Opportunities to find out more about projects currently in need of researchers. To apply, send a resume and cover letter detailing relevant qualifications and experience to the contact person listed under the project description. Read more about How To Apply
Zelig is a single, easy-to-use program that can estimate, help interpret, and present the results of a large range of statistical methods. It literally is "everyone's statistical software" because Zelig uses (R) code from many researchers. We also hope it will become "everyone's statistical software" for applications, and we have designed it so that anyone can use it or add their methods to it. Read more about Zelig
After installing, launch ImageJ and under the Plugins menu, select the Open MIMS Image. This will open the plugin. Files can then be opened either using File>Open MIMS Image or by dragging and dropping a file over the graphical interface.
If you are having issues opening images try opening the sample data file. If you are unable to open the sample than the problem most likely resides in the installation process. Make sure to overwrite/delete all previous versions of any .jar files that may exist in your 'plugins' directory. If you are able to open sample data but not your own images, please contact us with any error report that may have been generated at the following email address: