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draw an inference

To come to or infer a conclusion from or regarding the information with which one is presented. If we look at the data across all demographics in the country, we can draw an inference as to the effect this policy has had. I invite the public to draw an inference from the televised debates as to who is truly better able to lead the country.
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draw an inference

Conclude, as in From his wording, we can draw the inference that he disapproves. This idiom is a long-winded way of saying infer. [Late 1600s]
See also: draw
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Accordingly, while the motion for an adverse inference instruction is denied as to ASI # 21-22, the motion for a curative sanction is denied without prejudice to being raised at trial.
These circumstances do not preclude a reasonable inference that Maack did not participate in the activity of storing methamphetamine paraphernalia in the home, the court concluded.
That market could be bigger than the training market, said Abhinav Davuluri, an analyst at Morningstar, who sees an inference market of $11.8 billion by 2021, versus $8.2 billion for training.
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To examine whether making inference impacts self-esteem (Question 1), enhances mastery goals or performance goals, repeated measures (pre/post test) between groups ANOVAs were performed.
In contrast, circumstantial evidence, such as a testimony of an eyewitness who saw the defendant fleeing from the crime scene with a gun in his hand, requires an additional mental step of inference to determine whether the alleged material fact is or is not true.
The active measurement methods of congested link inference in IP network are based on the ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol), which does not involve personal privacy, and only adopt a fewer E2E multiple-path measurements (snapshots), E2E path properties, and topology information of IP network can be obtained.
In silico network inference challenges under the Dialogue on Reverse Engineering Assessment and Methods (DREAM) projects--DREAM3, DREAM4, and DREAM5--have explored the strengths and weaknesses of important and widely used network inference techniques based on gene expression data.