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Posted by FluidSurveys Team Categories: Research Design, Best Practices. We are at the final stop on our crash course on the three types of survey research.Over the last month we have gone over both exploratory and descriptive research.Today we will finish off our blog series by jumping into the world of causal research..Hi Michela, Hi Michela, Nice post! If you noticed when you performed the 2SLS manually you got a coefficient of 0.72 for the variable ivresid, but you should have gotten 0.157 as in ivreg or ivreg2..Second, a focus on practices in the plural avoids the mistaken impression that there is one distinctive approach common to all sciencea single "scientific method"or that .In statistics, a confounder also confounding variable, confounding factor or lurking variable is a variable that influences both the dependent variable and independent variable causing a spuriousociation. Confounding is a causal concept, and as such, cannot be described in terms of correlations orociations..

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