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causal

Philosophy (of a theory) explaining a phenomenon or analysing a concept in terms of some causal relation
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Throughout the book, Morton provides exercises for readers to attempt and discusses the maxims of causal modeling in the context of several disorders, making this work a valuable learning device instead of simply an interesting read.
This acyclic property captures an intuitive feature of causal modeling (for example, the future does not influence the past).
An ERM system based on causal modeling can identify the relationships (including both positive and negative correlations) among trends and events that could impact the enterprise.
Few businesses can keep up with cutting-edge analytical tools like causal modeling without outside consulting assistance.
Advanced capabilities for intelligent planning, forecasting with causal modeling and tracking of mitigation actions enable you to harness this information while adapting in new situations to avert threats and realize opportunities.
They present 23 journal reprints (originally published between 1963 and 2004) in sections that deal with research design and study outcomes, quantitative issues in sampling, issues in measurement, descriptive analysis of quantitative data, and causal modeling.
Sophisticated statistical procedures, for instance, using inferred causal modeling (e.