There is insufficient information to date on which to make firm conclusions.
"The slices are like looking at 25 or 50 different stocks and trying to make conclusions about the broader market."
But another season is needed to make firm conclusions because the study area is so large.
I don't think we have enough information to make strong conclusions'.
He is forced to make conclusions about people and society that are, at times, unpalatable.
In order to make conclusions about relative intensity a great deal of knowledge and care is required.
Topics should not lead a person into making false conclusions.
The student can investigate what sort of a sample size he needs to be able to make meaningful conclusions.
"We all have the same information, and we're just making different conclusions about what the future will hold."
Don't make conclusions when you don't have the evidence to do so.