Standardizing Your Approach to Monitoring the Quality of Data

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By David Loshin

In my last post, I suggested three techniques for maturing your organizational approach to data quality management. The first recommendation was defining processes for evaluating errors when they are identified. These types of processes actually involve a few key techniques:

1) An approach to specifying data validity rules that can be
used to determine whether a data instance or record has an error.

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Garbage In …

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By Elliot King

We all know that dirty data is not really dirty; it is just incorrect. Data
cleansing consists of correcting mistakes in the data.

Mistakes make their way into contact data in several different ways. It may just
be wrong or incomplete; it may not be updated; and it may be duplicated if small
variations are entered into the contact information each time a customer gets in
touch your organization.… Read More