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jcabaj posted on 8/5/2011 12:20:08 AM:
The last sentence of the cohort study section ("Therefore, in this example, age is not a confounder of the relationship between magnetic field exposure and breast cancer.") seems to be in error (should read: gender not confounder for vaccination status and disease).
James Stuart replied on 8/5/2011 11:54:04 AM:
I am not sure as to which section this comment applies. Is this a different chapter?
Arnold Bosman replied on 8/10/2011 8:15:32 AM:
Your comment is correct, however it was placed by the wrong chapter. Your remark is about an error in the chapter on Confounding, not on Causal Inference.
Thanks a lot for your remark, I have modified the content accordingly. I want to invite you to make modifications and improvements directly to the text as well, This is why it is a WIKI.
sbpmebxu replied on 7/29/2015 7:29:25 PM: 1
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