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Presenting Qualitative Comparative Analysis: Notation, Tabular Layout, And Visualization

Claude Rubinson

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This article reviews approaches to presenting qualitative comparative analysis and set-theoretic research, with an emphasis on graphic presentation. Although visualization is an important aspect of presenting empirical research, techniques for visualizing qualitative comparative analysis remains underdeveloped. This article reviews existing and emerging standards of presenting qualitative comparative analysis and introduces a number of new ones. Techniques are presented for visualizing calibrated data, truth tables, and consistency/coverage solutions, with particular attention given to strategies for presenting superset/subset relationships.