We are delighted to share a summary of the Causal Data Science Meeting 2021 with you. The event was jointly organized by Maastricht University and Copenhagen Business School.
We see more and more examples of companies starting to invest in causal inference capabilities. But how widespread is this phenomenon? And who are the industry players that are active in this space?
We talked with Florent Buisson, consultant and author, about his new book 'Behavioral Data Analysis with R & Python' (O’Reilly) and his perspective on data science and teaching.
The Causal Data Science Meeting 2021 (Nov 15–16, 2021) aims to establish an interdisciplinary dialogue between academics and business experts on causal inference methods & applications.
Causal inference tools can be challenging for practitioners to adopt because they require an entirely new approach to data science. This post describes some of the cultural and organizational challenges that come with this new paradigm.
Posted February 1, 2021 by Paul Hünermund ‐ 4 min read