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Executive SummaryText IntroductionOur References For This ArticleBias as The Uncomfortable Forecasting AreaWhat Is Forecast Bias?Forecast Bias ListHow Large Can Bias Be in Supply Chain Planning?Bias Identification Within The Forecasting ApplicationKeeping The Illusion of Objectivity AliveThe Importance of Bias Measurement Forecast bias is a tendency for a forecast to be consistently higher or lower than the actual value.Forecast bias is distinct from forecast error. A forecast bias can be high, but with a reasonable forecast error given the forecasted circumstances. Alternatively, a forecast bias can be low, but w... Forecast bias is a tendency for a forecast to be consistently higher or lower than the actual value.Forecast bias is distinct from forecast error. A forecast bias can be high, but with a reasonable forecast error given the forecasted circumstances. Alternatively, a forecast bias can be low, but w...For instance, a forecast which is ½ the time 15% higher than the actual, and ½ of the time 15% lower than the actual has no bias. A forecast which is, on average, 15% lower than the actual value h... Forecast bias is a tendency for a forecast to be consistently higher or lower than the actual value. Forecast bias is distinct from forecast error. A forecast bias can be high, but with a reasonable forecast error given the forecasted circumstances. Alternatively, a forecast bias can be low, but w... Forecast bias is a tendency for a forecast to be consistently higher or lower than the actual value. Forecast bias is distinct from forecast error. A forecast bias can be high, but with a reasonable forecast error given the forecasted circumstances. Alternatively, a forecast bias can be low, but w... For instance, a forecast which is ½ the time 15% higher than the actual, and ½ of the time 15% lower than the actual has no bias. A forecast which is, on average, 15% lower than the actual value h...

Forecast bias is a tendency for a forecast to be consistently higher or lower than the actual value.

Forecast bias is distinct from forecast error. A forecast bias can be high, but with a reasonable forecast error given the forecasted circumstances. Alternatively, a forecast bias can be low, but w...

For instance, a forecast which is ½ the time 15% higher than the actual, and ½ of the time 15% lower than the actual has no bias. A forecast which is, on average, 15% lower than the actual value h...

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