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A causal inference perspective on the analysis of compositional data.

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Summary of "A causal inference perspective on the analysis of compositional data."

Compositional data comprise the parts of some whole, for which all parts sum to that whole. They are prevalent in many epidemiological contexts. Although many of the challenges associated with analysing compositional data have been discussed previously, we do so within a formal causal framework by utilizing directed acyclic graphs (DAGs).

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Name: International journal of epidemiology
ISSN: 1464-3685
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