Statistical thinking is in need of a new approach due to recent developments of the modern statistical science.
This new approach puts causal thinking at the heart of the key statistical thinking concepts, which reflects recent developments of modern statistical science in the field of causal inference theories and methodologies.
The new approach is based on the key concepts of modern statistical science such as understanding of modern sampling theories, missing data mechanisms and their impact on usefulness of data interpretations obtained from Descriptive Statistics.
Furthermore, understanding of sampling theories and missing data mechanisms is critical for performing Inferential Statistics in a scientifically objective way.
Because the new approach to statistical thinking is based on advances of modern statistical science, it is appropriately to call it a modern statistical thinking.
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