Talk:Controlling for a variable

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Difference between statistical control and controlled experiment[edit]

The title of this article seems like it is referring more to statistical control (which is used more in observational studies) and less to controlled experimental designs. However, most of the text seems to refer to the latter, even though we already have another article on control in experimental designs. Unless anyone objects in the next few days, I'm going to do a major overhaul on this article to make it more specific to observational studies. jeanne catheine meercado is a crazy girl . not pretty , ugly , dirty nd moody ! haha! xD