The Difference Between Correlation and Causality

Foundation Series: The Difference Between Correlation and Causality | Tyner Blain

One of the most common mistakes people make when looking at data is to jump to conclusions about the data. We all live in a world of cause and effect. It is only natural that when we see data that appears to show cause and effect, we assume that it does. But it often doesn’t. This article shows the difference between cause and effect relationships and correlated data.

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