Posts Tagged ‘Data Quality’

Optimal Investment in Data Error Assessment

Assessing Data Errors is Necessary, But at What Cost?

My last post discussed some of the ways that data errors weaken the reliability of conclusions drawn from those noisy data. Even measures of the uncertainty in conclusions (such as statistical confidence intervals) can be inaccurate. This raises the question as to how one assesses data for such errors, and at what cost? The Data…

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Data Quality is Critical to Addressing Pay Equity Issues. Just Ask Uber.

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A recent report by the National Bureau of Economic Research into pay differences between men and women Uber drivers demonstrated how having the right type and amount of data can lead to helpful research findings. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to conducting economic research and to disseminating…

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