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For nearly as long as the word "correlation" has been part of statistical parlance, students have been warned that correlation does not prove causation, and that only experimental studies, e.g., randomized clinical trials, can establish the existence of a causal relationship. Over the last few decades, somewhat of a consensus has emerged between statisticians, computer scientists, and philosophers on how to represent causal claims and connect them to probabilistic relations. One strand of thisdoi:10.1184/r1/6492866 fatcat:cxegprxp7rgmvcmlkkztz6ykou