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impute something to someone or something

to ascribe something to someone or something; to attribute something to someone or something. I didn't mean to impute a bad intention to your company. The lawyer imputed perjury to the witness.
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FImpute uses pedigree information first to impute unknown genotypes using known relationships among animals.
Ultimately, then, the reason why the authors can impute data rests on strong statistical principles.
Second, we impute income for CE respondents who had no income sources imputed and compare the actual reported value of income to our imputation.
Le scientifique a ete tue mercredi avec son conducteur dans l'explosion d'une bombe magnetique placee sur sa voiture en plein centre de la capitale, un attentat que Teheran a impute aux Etats-Unis et a IsraE1/2l.
This situation can lead to implausible imputed values and is a direct consequence of mean substitution not using all the known information in each record to impute the missing values in that record.
In this instance you would impute the mean value for a respondent missing data but that value would not be based on the group value.
The boy's dad asked the court to impute an income to the mother equivalent to her last year's salary for the purpose of setting child support, arguing that she was deliberately avoiding her support obligations to the son.
Murphy pointed out that this is not the case with the Catholic Church which has many distinct corporations to which it would be unfair to impute any guilt or liability for harm in which they had no part.
The appeals court held that mere knowledge that an inmate is behaving violently or "acting in a 'freaky' manner" is not sufficient to impute an awareness of a substantial risk of suicide for Eighth Amendment purposes.
The headlines expressly impute mental illness to Stewart.
As I will show, if modern rental price of capital theory is used to impute a rental price to owner-occupied housing, the nature of the financing and the tax situation of the owner are part of the commodity's definition and its imputed price.
The school boards' view, she said, is that ``You can't impute the actions of a kid to the school district.
METHODS: We have presented the likelihood function for a bivariate normal distribution taking into account values < LOD as well as missing data assumed missing at random, and we use the estimated distributional parameters to impute values < LOD and to generate multiple plausible data sets for analysis by standard statistical methods.
2004) explicitly examined this issue with respect to state survey estimates of health insurance coverage, finding that the process used by the Census Bureau to impute missing insurance data in the ASEC biases the state estimates of uninsurance.