Definition of reanalyse in English:

reanalyse

Line breaks: re|ana¦lyse
Pronunciation: /riːˈanəlʌɪz
 
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(US reanalyze)

verb

[with object]
Conduct a further analysis of; analyse again: researchers reanalysed tissue samples from women with breast cancer
More example sentences
  • Tett and Meyer used path analysis to reanalyse data from 155 different studies.
  • Publishing raw data may in a similar way enhance the speed and quality of research, as other researchers can reanalyse the data to verify results or to draw new conclusions.
  • The researchers also reanalysed data they had previously collected for previously published research involving women in love.

Derivatives

reanalysis

noun
More example sentences
  • Each shift necessitated a reanalysis and reorganization of his data.
  • Heterogeneity was present at 12 months, but the difference in favour of supported employment remained significant after reanalysis using a random effects model.
  • This fertile window was estimated from the present study, confirmed in a reanalysis of British data, and reported as a preliminary finding from a multicentre European study.

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