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to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

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It uses a hidden Markov model for constructing haplotypes and imputing unknown genotypes (Browning and Browning, 2009).
The authors' paper provides helpful, practical advice for imputing ethnicity/race.
By imputing income back to 1984, we remove the conundrum of whether to use the imputed income data starting in 2004.
2]) and [rho] for the bootstrap sample using maximum likelihood and imputing data that are < LOD based on ([[~.
3) When imputing income, the amount of income is inextricably tied to what can be achieved in the long-term.
The Federal Reserve Board requested on May 18, 2005, public comment on alternative approaches to imputing a private-sector-like return on capital that would be considered in setting fees for certain payment services provided to depository institutions.
In a fully populated database all the records are available for statistical analysis and modelling, therefore by imputing the missing values to convert a partially populated database into a fully populated database the 'stock of knowledge' held in the database is increased.
Although imputing no borrower services to Federal Government debt may seem inconsistent with imputing services to other types of bond issuers, Federal debt imposes virtually no liquidity or credit-risk costs on the bank.
Eller is mistaken in imputing to THE NEW AMERICAN the view that foreign aid to Israelis acceptable.
We think the new application can save between 40 and 60 per cent of field time on average," Leith says, noting that the often cumbersome task of modifying and imputing data taken from field notes is effectively eliminated by the new application.
The statement implies that Stewart is mentally ill by falsely imputing to her a condition, borderline personality disorder, that is understood to be a form of mental illness.
This principle is not followed when it comes to imputing a price to owner-occupied housing and to employer-provided medical insurance.
For example, differences in risk make the market value of one of the company's assets unsuitable for imputing the rate for one of its liabilities, and vice versa.
Further clarity in this imputing doctrine will be necessary, including its application to physician contractors and whether employee arrangements also are imputed to owners.