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Well, what assumption(s) would make it so that the ATE is simply the [...(what type?)] difference? This is equivalent to saying “what makes it valid to calculate the ATE by taking the average of the 𝑌(0) column, ignoring the question marks, and subtracting that from the average of the 𝑌(1) column, ignoring the question marks?” 6 This ignoring of the question marks (missing data) is known as ignorability
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Well, what assumption(s) would make it so that the ATE is simply the [...(what type?)] difference? This is equivalent to saying “what makes it valid to calculate the ATE by taking the average of the 𝑌(0) column, ignoring the question marks, and subtracting that from the average of the 𝑌(1) column, ignoring the question marks?” 6 This ignoring of the question marks (missing data) is known as ignorability
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Well, what assumption(s) would make it so that the ATE is simply the [...(what type?)] difference? This is equivalent to saying “what makes it valid to calculate the ATE by taking the average of the 𝑌(0) column, ignoring the question marks, and subtracting that from the average of the 𝑌(1) column, ignoring the question marks?” 6 This ignoring of the question marks (missing data) is known as ignorability
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