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A. Figure, 6: Avr. values of various covariates along quintiles of estimated CATE function Notes: In this figure, I present the average values of various covariates along the quintiles of the estimated CATE function

, Quintile 1 and 5 are the quintiles containing respectively the lowest and the highest values of the estimated CATE function