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Extrapolations are actually ubiquitous in the biological and social sciences, although rather unremarked upon as problematic.
Extrapolation practice for ecotoxicological effect characterization of chemicals.
Many said the most positive impact would be that toxicogenomics could help avoid the need for dose and species extrapolation and reduce the use of uncertainty factors.
7 Extrapolation of adult adequate 1-3 years intake, based on energy intake 3.
Molecules of oxygen diffusing through the film, are carried by the nitrogen to a precision sensor that directly measures oxygen content for display without complex extrapolation.
Do her cryptic extrapolations of violent cliches encourage interesting thinking about race, sensuality, and representation?
Samuel Campbell, dose extrapolations across species can be misleading.
The OIT profiles of pipes pressure tested for different time periods are the data input to the Regime A (11) and B (7, 12) models, of which the latter is the most important for lifetime extrapolations.
It's time for the World Bank and FAO econometricians to go beyond mere extrapolations and adopt a more interdisciplinary approach.
Fitch typically will employ three forecasting methods in reviewing a timeshare loan ABS transaction: historical default timing curve extrapolations, pool factor extrapolations, and percentage change extrapolations.
Extrapolations from high temperatures to lower temperatures can lead to invalid estimates of oxidation rates.
As usual with extrapolations of the present, the moral content is high and the focus impossibly broad -- health, knowledge, the environment, work, the twenty-first century, and so on.