Ain't Nothin But A G-Computation (and TMLE) Thang: Exploring Two More Causal Inference Methods

In my last post I looked at the causal effect of icing the kicker using weighting. Those results found that icing the kicker had a non-significant effect on the success of the field goal attempt with a point estimate of -2.

Does Icing the Kicker Really Work? A Causal Inference Exercise

In my prior post I looked at when coaches were most likly to ice a kicker where ‘icing a kicker’ means for a defense to call a timeout right before the offense is about to kick a field goal.