The fundamental problem of causal inference is actually not always a problem. This is the case in simulations and computer programs. As models of the world get better, it becomes less and less of a problem in general. [Read More]
Important news: a physical version of my causal AI book for my causal AI course will be available from Chapman & Hall/CRC Press some time in 2022 (or late 2021 if we're lucky).
On the Bias-Variance Tradeoff: Textbooks Need an Update
A Modern Perspective
The concept of the bias-variance tradeoff is not universal. In this post, we cover a modern, evidence-based perspective on the bias-variance tradeoff. [Read More]
Which causal inference book you should read
A flowchart and a list of short book reviews
A flowchart to help you choose the best causal inference book to read. Also, a few short causal inference book reviews and pointers to other good books. [Read More]