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The positive ring-width/temperature relationship weakened such that a pre-1965 linear model systematically overpredicted tree rings at this site from 1965—1999.
Analyses using unadjusted data indicated some differences relative to those reported herein with less of a disparity between actual and estimated tree growth but the same overall conclusion: i.e., that radial growth at this site is overpredicted by the linear model based on temperature.
When predicting expenditure for groups based on expenditure quintiles, all models underpredicted the highest expenditure group and overpredicted the four other groups.
So first of all the government overpredicted what this measure could do.
BC Bloggers 2009
Not one student overpredicted his or her grade; and one got it right.
IOL Technology 2009
However, the guys that are on the high end of the cycle 24 forecasts and that overpredicted 23’s peak are the ones who are already saying 25 will be very low.