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Students moving into dorms also take a so-called PCR test, which takes longer to process but is more accurate in identifying an active infection.
When samples and the methods used are not representative of the real world, it becomes very difficult to reach accurate and actionable conclusions.
To be clear, this was not a research report and it is not accurate.
Roubie, a veteran of the hospitality industry, thinks a more accurate estimate will be upwards of 65 percent.
That means that you need to constantly improve your web site to ensure you have the highest quality, more relevant, more reliable and accurate content and user experience.
In the Senate, a single party-oriented ensemble model is sufficient to produce accurate results, and is later combined with polls to make a final prediction.
Statistical death count projections are still being done, though experts told me they’re most accurate and useful in the short term — think two to four weeks out.
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“We and the others in the industry have worked quite hard to ensure that the wake word technology is accurate,” Rubenson said.
As soon as I listened to it I asked him to confirm this is indeed accurate and he looked into it and I spoke to him yesterday to clarify.
Even if the tests are marginally less accurate, the trade-off may be worth it.

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