Causality is the relation between an event (cause) and a second event (effect), so it is relative to events rather than statistical variables. Causality itself may be deterministic or probabilistic. For example, one could easily hypothesize that one factor (i.e. bad air quality) causes one effect (i.e. increase in risk of getting lung cancer).


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