GetOffYourGas wrote:Correlation /= Causation
lorenfb wrote:GetOffYourGas wrote:Correlation /= Causation
And for those who actually are "into" evaluating terms of CC models in various programming languages, "not equal" is:
C / C++ / Python - ! =
Pascal - < >
SQL - Not Equal
For those still using a Fortran complier - .NEQV
But then again, that very basic logical expression even for many, e.g. the naive NY/LA Times reader, CNN viewer, doesn't exist.
GetOffYourGas wrote:I write VHDL for a living, and /= is VHDL syntax.
WetEV wrote:GetOffYourGas wrote:I write VHDL for a living, and /= is VHDL syntax.
And I thought you were a Verilog kind of guy. Sorry. The important question is emacs or vi?
Only with an irrefutable mathematical equation or model will the CC issue converge on meaningful/useful data.
ENIAC wrote:GetOffYourGas wrote:Correlation /= Causation
"Correlation /= Causation" is generally be considered short hand for "Correlation = Correlation/Causation".