Links for my AEA eval2017 presentation, Washington DC

AEA program listing.

Judea Pearl

A short post here on this blog

The book is not an easy read

But there is an Epilogue right at the back of the book which provides a great summary. You can read it in an hour or two and it will definitely change your thinking about evaluation.


Free web apps:

Here is the Cheat Sheet as slides:

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