re-estimate

re-estimate

(riːˈɛstɪˌmeɪt)
vb (tr)
to estimate again or correct an estimate
n
a second estimate, another estimate
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Because the two world wars and the Great Depression dominate the beginning of the 1914 to 2016 sample, I re-estimate the correlations in table 1 using a sample period of 1948 to 2016.
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We therefore re-estimate the model presented in Dhingra et al.
Once the new administration was in power, INDEC decided to review and re-estimate the INDEK GDP series.
I might like to re-estimate my opinion of you," Devaughn replies.
We re-estimate the direct effects of the export exchange rate and report the results in column (1) of Table 6.
10) We then re-estimate Model (2) using these alternative surprise measures.
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Given this decline, it was necessary for Samson to re-examine and revise the expected lifting costs associated with this asset and to then re-estimate the reserves associated with the acquisition.
In order to avoid the problem of local maximums, we re-estimate the model using a long group of random initial values and select the related estimates with the highest likelihood after finding convergence.
As a more conservative robustness check, we re-estimate the effect of FPLs on length of stay excluding all uninsured patients from states that never pass a law.
To further test for a change in the forecaster-perceived rule, I re-estimate the rule over the January 2009--August 2015 sample period.