Matched Comparisons

When using Matched Comparisons, participants (individuals, organizations or communities) are each matched with a non-participant on variables that are thought to be relevant. It can be difficult to adequately match on all relevant criteria.

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Updated: 5th November 2014 - 4:36am
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