reanalysis

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reanalysis

(ˌriːəˈnælɪsɪs)
n
the act or an instance of analysing again
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Positive tests for five players from the senior Mexico squad had alerted FIFA to a possible issue, and when four more positive tests emerged from the youth tournament the governing body decided to reanalyse all the 208 urine samples taken.
Men interviewed at the time were asked to give DNA swabs and new forensic techniques have allowed police to reanalyse the samples.
Its task was to reanalyse old undetected crime using stains found at the scene at the timeand currently held in secure evidence bags at police stations.
This choice is given as the Anti-Doping Rules (ADR) for the Olympic Games London 2012 still apply for cases that arise from the current reanalyses. As part of this process, the IOC today announced that one athlete has been disqualified from the Olympic Games London 2012.
Global dynamical reanalyses of the atmosphere and ocean fundamentally rely on observations, not just for the assimilation (i.e., for the definition of the state of the Earth system components) but also in many other steps along the production chain.
"These reanalyses show, once again, our determination in the fight against doping," IOC President Thomas Bach said.
This resubmission follows the FDA's July 2011 Refusal to File letter in which the agency requested reformatting and reanalyses of some datasets in the dossier.
We urge authors to perform such reanalyses and to correct the scientific record.
The book leans heavily on NCEP/NCAR reanalyses, which is helpful for a review because it is enables a tidy, complete view of the mean state of various meteorological fields.