This page indexes micro-tutorials I have done on twitter, called tweetorials. The goal of these tweetorials is to explain causal inference concepts and methods to clinical, research, and non-technical audiences.
1. Adherence adjustment in randomized trials: click here for the full thread
2. Per-protocol effects in the ProACT trial of procalcitonin-guided antibiotic use, or why per-protocol analyses aren't always needed for per-protocol effects: click here for the full thread
3. Understanding the updated analyses of the PREDIMED trial of Mediterranean diets, or why if you liked olive oil and walnuts in May you should still like them in June: click here for the full thread
Quick recap: the PREDIMED trial asked if a Mediterranean-style diet plus olive oil or nuts could prevent cardiovascular disease in high-risk individuals, compared to a low-fat diet? In 2013, they said ‘yes’ but this week that paper was retracted and *republished* simultaneously pic.twitter.com/0lFiLOIhmG— Ellie Murray (@EpiEllie) June 15, 2018
4. Causal inference in a nutshell (or on a bunny sign)