extrapolate

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Synonyms for extrapolate

draw from specific cases for more general cases

gain knowledge of (an area not known or experienced) by extrapolating

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Extrapolators normally base their forecasts on straight-forward logic that is easily reproducible and that usually provides quantitative results.
The NIPA profits extrapolator, which is based on financial accounting, is inconsistent with the tax-based portion of corporate expenses that result from the exercise of stock options.
While QCEW data are assumed to reflect the exercise of NSOs, the CES data do not; the adjustment to the monthly extrapolator does not measure coverage differences precisely.
Extrapolators for services may well have contributed to the tendency of the early GDP estimates to understate the decline in GDP during contractions and the increase during the early stages of expansions (Fixler and Grimm 2002).
Principal Sources of Data for Value-Added Extrapolators Component of gross domestic income Major source data Compensation of employees, paid Wages and salary accruals (1) For most private industries, federal government civilians, and state and local government, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) tabulations from the quarterly census of employment and wages (QCEW) for 2009-2011; for other private industries, a variety of sources for 2009-2011; for military wages, Office of Personnel Management (OPM) for 2009-2011.
Sources and Methods for the Quarterly and Annual Estimates of State Personal Income Components Extrapolators Extrapolators Annual for for second estimates preliminary quarterly quarterly estimates and estimates interpolators for revised quarterly estimates Wage and salary disbursements by industry: (1) Farms Trend extra- Trend extra- Economic polation (2) polation (2) Research Service (ERS)/U.
Principal Sources of Data for Value-Added Extrapolators Component of gross domestic income Major source data Compensation of employees, paid Wages and salary For most private industries, federal accruals (1) government civilians, and state and local government, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) tabulations from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (OCEW) for 2008-2010.
The extrapolators for these estimates are prepared using a wide array of source data, which include surveys from the Bureau of the Census and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2002 Economic Census data for manufacturing, and other data.
For a more complete list of gross output extrapolators by industry, see Brian C.
Using the converted SIC series to develop extrapolators allowed the annual NAICS-based estimates to capture definitional revisions from the national income and product accounts that were incorporated in the revised SIC-based estimates and to capture special features of the estimates that stem from BEA definitions and concepts.
However, if data on the same level are not available, the best available extrapolators are used.
The comparison of gross output estimates between the benchmark and annual I-O accounts highlights industries where the annual extrapolators may need additional scrutiny.