Consensus Estimate

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Consensus Estimate

The average of different analysts' estimates about a stock's or security's performance. One may make a consensus estimate for any number of measures, such as earnings, sales, or revenue. A consensus rating or estimate may be published and, assuming the estimate is well-regarded, announcements of actual measures that differ from the consensus may affect the security's price significantly.
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Ratings were processed in R using mean values to reflect consensus ratings and standard deviations to assess agreement within the group.
Chinook salmon stressor-life history stage impact consensus ratings.
We used the mean linkage rating value among those respondents who included a retained linkage to reflect a consensus rating, and we assessed group agreement by calculating the standard deviation of the numerical expert ratings for a retained linkage.
Both coefficients are negative, as expected, implying that the less favorable (i.e., the more positive) the consensus ratings level and the less favorable (again, the more positive) the consensus ratings change, the smaller the unexpected earnings and the smaller the associated price reaction.
Two researchers independently reviewed each textbook and at least three members of the team developed consensus ratings for each of 224 content items for each textbook.
The study's first and second authors then reviewed the consensus ratings for each category of book.
Of the 61 films listed in the Critics' Consensus ratings in the Sunday T&G, "Saw IV" was ranked lowest-rated movie, with a score of 2.4 out of 10, among the nation's critics.
"Consensus ratings were determined by the discussion of the two researchers about their observations and agreement on a rating for each dimension.
The means (M) of the exercise-specific and consensus ratings ranged from 5.34 to 5.87.
Then five nurse educators used the CTS to independently evaluate the same writings, and their ratings were compared to the consensus ratings of the experts.
Consensus ratings of promotability were also highly correlated with actual promotion (r = .70, p [less than] .001).
Further evidence for H3 was provided when similar results were obtained using consensus ratings to represent assessor ratings.