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Explain the work of John Snow using the methodology of the natural experiment.

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It is always a pleasure assisting you with some notes related to your current coursework. Below are my notes related to how John Snow conducted one of the early forms of a natural experiment.

The concept of a natural experiment is to conduct an empirical study where the person (or community of people) being studies are exposed to both experimental and controlled conditions. These conditions are determined by natural factors and cannot be manipulated by the ...

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This response explains the work of John Snow using the methodology of the natural experiment. It contains roughly 250 words of notes.

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