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Concepts of relative importance.

William Kruskal — 1984


How might one interpret the relative importance of independent variables, causes or determiners when a dependent variable depends on those determiners together with chance? Such questions arise throughout science, technology, and national life. The paper attemps to clarify and critically describe a number of approaches to the problem of understanding relative importance.

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