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Causal Modeling Discussion Group

Biweekly Discussions Continue this Semester
October 17, 2019 - 12:15pm

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The Many Faces of Reproducibility is a three-year initiative (2019-2022) at the University of Minnesota that is designed to bring together faculty, post-docs, and graduate students across disciplines to engage in a range of discussions and activities surrounding questions of reproducibility in scientific inquiry. 

This semester (Fall 2019) we will be hosting a biweekly lunch discussion on Thursdays (12:15pm-1:30pm) on issues in causal inference and its implications for research design and reproducibility.  The working plan will be to read and discuss articles that engage a variety issues at the interface of causal inference and research design and its implications for reproducibility. 

A schedule of meetings and readings for this group can be found at the Many Faces of Reproducibility website, along with options for other discussion groups. If you would like to receive regular calendar invitations and readings for this discussion group, contact Amanda Schwartz.