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presumed to be true, real, or genuine, especially on inconclusive grounds

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relating to or having the nature of illation or inference

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of reasoning

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resembling or dependent on or arrived at by inference

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derived or capable of being derived by inference

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based on interpretation

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This study will be conducted primarily in the context of real estate advertising language, by analysing how real estate agents use selectiveness to convey their intended information and hearers work out the inferential meaning based on their common knowledge and contextual cues.
If children with 'depressogenic' inferential styles are at risk for future depressive episodes, teaching them more optimistic styles of thinking may be one of- the best methods for preventing depression," she said, Early to middle adolescence may be a critical time for identifying hopelessness depression, said Marie-Helene Veronneau, Ph.
Heterogeneity is important in some inferential statistical procedures.
Although the inferential forms and functions are widely distributed among languages, they have been relatively little studied.
One possibility remains; while there may be no internal inferential connections we may be able to pursue external inferential links.
The author introduces theories and models for planning a research project, qualitative data collection methods, possible variables for quantitative methods, survey techniques, sample size calculation, inferential statistics, project budgets, and the elements of a written report.
By implication, the article "Common Statistical Errors and Mistakes: Valuation and Reliability" (Fall 2013) by George Dell, MAI, SRA, introduces a new valuation modeling paradigm via a bold assertion that descriptive models of populations are sufficient for appraisal work, rendering inferential models based on the analysis of samples unnecessary.
From the seminal paper of Ferguson (1973, Annals of Statistics), the Dirichlet Process and its extensions have been increasingly used to address inferential problems in many fields.
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Computer Simulation: An Inferential Conception, OTAVIO BUENO
The section on statistical analysis addresses modeling with cross-sectional designs, longitudinal designs, conditions for causality, repeated measures and multilevel modeling, and the inferential bridge between statistical results and policy opinions.
However, all advanced computer-driven methods and statistical regression are firmly within the inferential branch of statistics.
Parts 4, 5 and 6 cover inferential statistics including tests for mean, frequency distributions and other test like rank order and t-test for a correlation coefficient.
The use of the normative vocabulary has the only role of making explicit "implicit inferential commitments, in the form of claims" (pp.