Correct data is not always accurate

Getting accurate data requires understanding the source of the data and the detail of how it is defined. The data may be correct but unless we have correctly defined the question to the correct level of detail it may not give us the accurate readout we need.

This is easiest explained using a few examples:

It is critical to understand the data and make sure it is accurate.

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