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What if AB testing is impossible to setup? I wrote a blog to measure impact using backdoor adjustment, a type of causal analysis

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I haven't yet read the article, but from the title I can't help but feel that this doesn't belong on r/math but more on a data science subreddit or the sorts. I will read later and then give an updated opinion I guess

Edit: Current self agrees with past self.

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