Wen Wei LOH

PhD candidate in Statistics

University of Washington

I enjoy working on causal inference in randomized experiments.
We think in terms of what would happen (potential outcomes), and what could have happened (counterfactuals).

Wen Wei LOH

Research

Loh, W. W., & Richardson, T. S. (2015). A Finite Population Likelihood Ratio Test of the Sharp Null Hypothesis for Compliers.
In Thirty-First Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence.
Paper
R package

Loh, W. W., & Richardson, T. S. (2013). A Finite Population Test of the Sharp Null for Compliers.
In UAI Workshop on Approaches to Causal Structure Learning, 15 July, Bellevue, Washington.
Paper

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Contact

Contact me: wloh[at]uw.edu.
Call me: +1 (206) 221-6560.
Visit me: University of Washington, Department of Statistics, PDL B-308, Seattle, WA 98195, USA

The idea of simulating potential outcomes is nicely described in this episode of the TV show Person of Interest: If-Then-Else.