The Simplest Case of Causal Analysis
My intention is to describe in this chapter those causal analyses which consist in the interpretation of relationships between dichotomous variables in situations in which the data are drawn from a single study. In this sense this is the simplest case. Two methods of description can be found in those works in which such methods of analysis are suggested, described, or applied.
KeywordsDichotomous Variable Statistical Relationship Causal Link Prima Facie Causal Analysis
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