In reference to his previous post , Thomas Colignatus writes:
There is a first draft of the first chapter of my intended book "Elementary statistics and causality" available at http://www.dataweb.nl/~cool/Papers/ESAC/Index.html
The question on the search co-authors might have been formulated a bit strict. I would welcome comments and questions a lot. Obviously, many authors have written on causality a lot, and it is kind of silly to put things in my very own words just to prevent issues on copyrights. On the other hand I am hesitant on full collaboration since the book would be programmed in Mathematica and I know that this is a kind of skill that is not available abundantly. Permissions to quote freely, with proper reference, would be ideal, and in the end you might simply appear to be a co-author. So, take a look at this first chapter and see if your work links up to it. The next chapter is to start with notions of conditional independence.
Thomas updates (5/30):
There is now a discussion "The 2 × 2 × 2 case in causality, of an effect, a cause and a confounder. A cross-over’s guide to the 2 × 2 × 2 contingency table" available at http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/3351/.