For more information about any of the almostmatchingexactly algorithms, please read the papers listed below!
Interpretable Almost Matching Exactly for Causal Inference 

FLAME: A Fast Largescale Almost Matching Exactly Approach to Causal Inference  
MALTS: Matching After Learning to Stretch  
Adaptive Hyperbox Matching for Interpretable Individualized Treatment Effect Estimation  
Interpretable AlmostMatchingExactly With Instrumental Variables  
AlmostMatchingExactly for Treatment Effect Estimation Under Network Interference 
To try out one of our algorithms for yourself, download a sample dataset provided below! For DAME or FLAME, please use one of the categorical covariate datasets and for MALTS or AHB, please use one of the mixed covariate datasets.
Categorical Sample Data 1 was randomly generated, as a mock dataset. This section explain the dataset and its significance. For example, this section might explain how the data was collected or why we are interested in it. Perhaps we could also provide the link to the paper(s) which analyzed this data in the first place.
#  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  treated  outcome 

1  1  2  7  4  4  4  1  4.5 
2  2  3  5  4  4  7  0  3.33 
...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ... 
49  4  3  8  0  4  2  1  6 
50  2  4  6  0  4  1  1  6 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
treated  Description of the treatment. 
outcome  Description of the outcome 
Sample Data 2 was randomly generated, but on the real page, it would be a real dataset. This section would explain the dataset and its significance. For example, this section might explain how the data was collected or why we are interested in it. Perhaps we could also provide the link to the paper(s) which analyzed this data in the first place.
#  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  treated  outcome 

1  1  2  7  4  4  4  1  4.5 
2  2  3  5  4  4  7  0  3.33 
...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ... 
49  4  3  8  0  4  2  1  6 
50  2  4  6  0  4  1  1  6 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
treated  Description of the treatment. 
outcome  Description of the outcome 
Sample Data 3 was randomly generated, but on the real page, it would be a real dataset. This section would explain the dataset and its significance. For example, this section might explain how the data was collected or why we are interested in it. Perhaps we could also provide the link to the paper(s) which analyzed this data in the first place.
#  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  treated  outcome 

1  1  2  7  4  4  4  1  4.5 
2  2  3  5  4  4  7  0  3.33 
...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ... 
49  4  3  8  0  4  2  1  6 
50  2  4  6  0  4  1  1  6 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
treated  Description of the treatment. 
outcome  Description of the outcome 
Sample Data 1 was randomly generated, but on the real page, it would be a real dataset. This section would explain the dataset and its significance. For example, this section might explain how the data was collected or why we are interested in it. Perhaps we could also provide the link to the paper(s) which analyzed this data in the first place.
#  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  treated  outcome 

1  1  2  7  4  4  4  1  4.5 
2  2  3  5  4  4  7  0  3.33 
...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ... 
49  4  3  8  0  4  2  1  6 
50  2  4  6  0  4  1  1  6 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
treated  Description of the treatment. 
outcome  Description of the outcome 
Sample Data 2 was randomly generated, but on the real page, it would be a real dataset. This section would explain the dataset and its significance. For example, this section might explain how the data was collected or why we are interested in it. Perhaps we could also provide the link to the paper(s) which analyzed this data in the first place.
#  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  treated  outcome 

1  1  2  7  4  4  4  1  4.5 
2  2  3  5  4  4  7  0  3.33 
...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ... 
49  4  3  8  0  4  2  1  6 
50  2  4  6  0  4  1  1  6 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
treated  Description of the treatment. 
outcome  Description of the outcome 
Sample Data 3 was randomly generated, but on the real page, it would be a real dataset. This section would explain the dataset and its significance. For example, this section might explain how the data was collected or why we are interested in it. Perhaps we could also provide the link to the paper(s) which analyzed this data in the first place.
#  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  example_cov  treated  outcome 

1  1  2  7  4  4  4  1  4.5 
2  2  3  5  4  4  7  0  3.33 
...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ... 
49  4  3  8  0  4  2  1  6 
50  2  4  6  0  4  1  1  6 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
example_cov  Description of this covariate column. 
treated  Description of the treatment. 
outcome  Description of the outcome 