Especially if people choose to stand up straight

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Unformatted text preview: o have used a table like A1 in the text would be able to go a little further: you would find that the exact value that we should be comparing 0.18 to is 2(1.00- 0.93)=0.14. Not so far off. 31. Here is yet another example where muttering “correlation does not (necessarily) imply causation” will pretty much carry the day. The issue here seems to be that people with back pain may be standing straight in an effort to ease the pain. In the study, we’re comparing people who choose to stand up straight with those who do not; but the former may not be representative of the back- pain incidence in the whole...
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This document was uploaded on 03/02/2014 for the course STATS 4150 at Barnard College.

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