The potential outcomes that you do not (and cannot) observe are known as counterfactuals because they are counter to fact (reality)
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Parent (intermediate) annotationOpen it The potential outcomes that you do not (and cannot) observe are known as counterfactuals because they are counter to fact (reality). “Potential outcomes” are sometimes referred to as “counterfactual outcomes,” but we will never do that in this book because a potential outcome 𝑌(𝑡) does not become counter to fact unt
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