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Mark it down: correlations are easy; causality is hard.
Posted by Craig on 05:45:00 AM in Science
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Some don't understand this at all. I was dumbfounded as I read Who Votes Now by Jan Leighley and Johnathan Nagler, where they said, in so many words, correlation is causation. Understanding math and statistics is apparently not required for being professors of political science, despite heavy use of statistics.
February 18, 2014 at 11:27 AM
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