Keep it casual with the Casual Inference podcast. Your hosts Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray talk all things epidemiology, statistics, data science, causal inference, and public health. Sponsored by the American Journal of Epidemiology.
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In this episode Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray chat about their Spotify Wrapped for Casual Inference, and Ellie Murray talks about causal inference for complex data with the University of Minnesota’s epidemiology department. more
In this episode Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray chat about the history of causal inference, tracing the origins across disciplines from statistics to economics, epidemiology, and computer science, discussing contributions from Rubin, Robins,... more
In this episode Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray chat with Hilary Parker about design thinking for data analysis, the Dunning-Kruger effect, and the potential data behind baby Yoda. more
This podcast has been so lovely to listen to as an epi student embracing for impact as I embark upon a PhD in causal inference methods. I love the energy, enthusiasm and pedagogy. Thank you!
Variety show about causal inference? Pretty close! Interviews, news, occasional teaching segments, Q&A, and only missing the musical numbers. more
Thanks for starting a new season . Your podcast seems like a good way to learn more about statistic studies in wide areas. more
Really awesome for anyone interested in causal inference, statistics, machine learning or epidemiology.
This podcast is a fun and engaging way to get exposure to current developments and debates in the world of causal inference. While the hosts come from a biostatistics and epidemiology perspective, as do some of the applications discussed, as a political scientist I’d say the show and methods discussed will be of general interest to social scientists. Also has been great on how to think critically about emerging data and findings on COVID.
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