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Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science

  • By Andrew Gelman
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly one post per day
  • First post on

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Nov 2022 9
Dec 2022 58
Jan 2023 53
Feb 2023 46
Mar 2023 51
Apr 2023 40
May 2023 40
Jun 2023 42
Jul 2023 37
Aug 2023 42
Sep 2023 40
Oct 2023 42
Nov 2023 39
Dec 2023 8

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Most recent posts

In July 2015 I was spectacularly wrong
See here. Also interesting was this question that I just shrugged aside: If a candidate succeeds in winning a nomination and goes on to win the election and reside in the White House do they …
On , by Andrew, 74 words
Hey, Taiwan experts! Here’s a polling question for you:
Lee-Yen Wang writes: I have a question about comparing polls in presidential elections in Taiwan. The four candidates are: – Mr. A: Hou Yu-ih, mayor of New Taipei City, from Taiwan’s main opposition Kuomintang (KMT) …
On , by Andrew, 550 words
Modest pre-registration
This is Jessica. In light of the hassles that can arise when authors make clear that they value pre-registration by writing papers about its effectiveness but then they can’t find their pre-registration, I have been …
On , by Jessica Hullman, 1,414 words