Friday, August 10, 2018

That was then, and this is now...

On the one hand (nine years ago):


On the other (6 years ago):



On the Gripping Hand (a few days ago, as tipped to us by FoIB Holly R):


Okay, wait a minute, "analysis" is very different from "results." What gives?

Ah:

"Confounding is a classic problem of selection bias ... But that�s hard to do with a wellness program."

And thus, when accounting for the actual variables being  measured, there "seemed to be no causal effects."

Which is, of course, disappointing to those with an axe to grind, but I'd also point out that there didn't seem to be any evidence, or even any suggestion, that engaging in wellness activities was harmful.

So we've got that going for us, which is nice.

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