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How can I compute counterfactuals, given a parametric model for the structural equation for the outcome?
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In an experimental setting, where a model is not available, and the experimenter must answer interventional questions on the basis of a finite sample of observed individuals, let us analyze an individual named Joe, and assume that the experimenter observes a set of $10$ individuals, with Joe being participant $1$. 

Each individual is characterized by a distinct vector $U_i=(U_X, U_H, U_Y)$, as shown in the a table below:

 

Using this information, we can create a full data set that complies with the model. 

Read more on http://bayes.cs.ucla.edu/PRIMER/primer-ch4.pdf

 

 

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