The first article in this series clarified what areas of agreement exist for three of the dimensions of data quality (accuracy, precision, consistency) between six of the DQ industry’s authorities. This article addresses the reasonability, time and access aspects of data quality.
Because the last article discussed Consistency, a natural place to continue is the related area of Reasonableness, which is often confused with Consistency. The following authors espouse Reasonableness or Believability.
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