Hoagy's Shortform

by Hoagy21st Sep 20201 comment
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I've been looking at papers involving a lot of 'controlling for confounders' recently and am unsure about how much weight to give their results.

Does anyone have recommendations about how to judge the robustness of these kind of studies?

Also, I was considering doing some tests of my own based on random causal graphs, testing what happens to regressions when you control for a limited subset of confounders, varying the size/depth of graph and so on. I can't seem to find any similar papers but I don't know the area, does anyone know of similar work?