How Randomized Controlled Trial Deconfounds the Confounding Bias

What is confunding bias? Imagine you are a farmer trying to determine applying fertilizer A to the field will increase the yield of crops. In other words, you are trying to establish a causal relationship between fertilizer A and yield. Our tricky Nature tells you that the effect of the fertilizer is mixed with a … Continue reading How Randomized Controlled Trial Deconfounds the Confounding Bias