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FUNDAMENTALS OF STATISTICAL CAUSALITY

@inproceedings{Dawid2007FUNDAMENTALSOS,
  title={FUNDAMENTALS OF STATISTICAL CAUSALITY},
  author={A. Dawid},
  year={2007}
}
  • A. Dawid
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • 2 Preface Traditionally, Statistics has been concerned with uncovering and describing associations, and statisticians have been wary of causal interpretations of their findings. But users of Statistics have rarely had such qualms. For otherwise what is it all for? The enterprise of " Statistical Causality " has developed to take such concerns seriously. It has led to the introduction of a variety of formal methods for framing and understanding causal questions, and specific techniques for… CONTINUE READING
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