Dan Saber

Fear, loathing, Data Science



Programming Note

Hello, loyal readers (i.e., Mom)! Recently, I’ve begun using this blog for more than just Data Science writing (e.g., writing essays, complaining about the Bay Area, etc.). That said, I know many of you are primarily interested in my technical... Continue Reading →

For The Economist: Corporate Wokeness and Campaign Finance

I was interested in whether "woke" companies donate disproportionately to Democrats, or if their embrace of progressive causes is one big branding exercise. The answer? Kinda both (but mostly branding)! I'm unbelievably proud to say that my findings were published... Continue Reading →

Time Keeps on Slipping: Exploiting Time for Causal Inference with Difference-in-Differences and Panel Methods

Note: This post assumes a passing familiarity with linear regression. Aside from that, it's a highly applied intro to D-in-D regression and panel data techniques. In Due Time In one of my favorite episodes of Futurama, the universe experiences "time skips."... Continue Reading →

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