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Flashcard 7080881556748

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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 β€œwhat makes it valid to calculate the ATE by taking the average of the π‘Œ(0) column, ignoring the question marks, and subtracting that from the average of the π‘Œ(1) column, ignoring the question marks?” 6 This ignoring of the question marks (missing data) is known as ignorability
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associational

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Well, what assumption(s) would make it so that the ATE is simply the associational difference? This is equivalent to saying β€œwhat makes it valid to calculate the ATE by taking the average of the π‘Œ(0) column, ignoring the question marks, and subtracting that from the a

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Action and insight engine

Information, insights, and suggestions are shared with a broad set of employees (including frontline agents) and tools (such as customer-relationship-management platforms) through an application-programming-interface (API) layer. For example, agents can receive alerts and notifications about the actions they should take to personalize customer experiences and improve CX outcomes. The API layer serves as a single source of truth, fueling recommendation engines based on both the data lake and customer scores. Importantly, the predictive platform, unlike survey-based systems, delivers timely insights and spurs swift action, both by employees and through digital interfaces.

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Flashcard 7095232105740

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Definition 3.3 (blocked path) A path between nodes 𝑋 and π‘Œ is blocked by a (potentially empty) conditioning set 𝑍 if either of the following is true:

1. Along the path, there is a [...] Β· Β· Β· β†’ π‘Š β†’ Β· Β· Β· or a fork Β· Β· Β· ← π‘Š β†’ Β· Β· Β·, where π‘Š is conditioned on (π‘Š ∈ 𝑍).

2. There is a collider π‘Š on the path that is not conditioned on ( π‘Š βˆ‰ 𝑍 ) and none of its descendants are conditioned on (de(π‘Š) * 𝑍)

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chain

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Definition 3.3 (blocked path) A path between nodes 𝑋 and π‘Œ is blocked by a (potentially empty) conditioning set 𝑍 if either of the following is true: 1. Along the path, there is a chain Β· Β· Β· β†’ π‘Š β†’ Β· Β· Β· or a fork Β· Β· Β· ← π‘Š β†’ Β· Β· Β·, where π‘Š is conditioned on (π‘Š ∈ 𝑍). 2. There is a collider π‘Š on the path that is not conditioned on ( π‘Š βˆ‰ 𝑍 ) and none of its descendants a

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Flashcard 7095234989324

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Why use a survey to ask customers about their experiences when data about customer [...] can be used to predict satisfaction?
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interactions

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Why use a survey to ask customers about their experiences when data about customer interactions can be used to predict satisfaction?

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Flashcard 7095237086476

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The minimal building blocks of DAGs consist of chains, forks, immoralities, [...] nodes, and two connected nodes.
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two unconnected

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The minimal building blocks of DAGs consist of chains, forks, immoralities, two unconnected nodes, and two connected nodes.

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