This article was written by Joseph Rickert. We all "know" that correlation does not imply causation, that unmeasured and unknown factors can confound a seemingly obvious inference. But, who has not been tempted by the seductive quality of strong correlations? Fortunately, it is also well known that a well done randomized experiment can account for the unknown confounders and permit valid causal…
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