Merging of galaxies is one of the fundamental processes of galaxy evolution. Its quantitative study is, however, not very trivial, and many problems remain unsolved. In this study, relationships between galaxy properties and merging is explored. We focus on the parameter for merging, namely, the weighted-merger-vote fraction fm (Darg et al. 2009, Galaxy Zoo project). Spectral data of galaxies from SDSS Data Release 14 with redshift 0.005 < z < 0.1 and 0.4 < fm < 1 were used. We show the relationships between star formation rate, stellar mass, and fm. This work will help us understand the physical processes in interacting galaxies.