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“A relationship specified in a model where one event causes a second event to happen. The second event always occurs as a result of the first one. In comparison to correlation, correlation is an observed relationship that two variables appear to be related, but it does not mean that causality exists. Commonly, the two variables might both depend on a third variable.”

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