Correlation vs Causation
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You have probably heard the old saying that there are lies, damned lies, and statistics. 

There are several reasons why statistics are often misinterpreted. One of the biggest is the confusion between the two concepts of correlation and causation. 

This confusion is not only made by laypeople but also by members of the media and scientists.


Learn more about correlation and causation and why one doesn’t necessarily imply the other on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily. 



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