Is there any technical difference between a
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Can I call both X and Y conditioned OR conditioning?
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I think the only difference lies in the grammar, like one is a past tense and the other is a continuous tense. So you would say "Y is conditioned on X" in this case. The word conditioning can be used in places like "You can find the expectation of Y by conditioning on X"