Committing to Data Quality Review

  title={Committing to Data Quality Review},
  author={Limor Peer and Ann G. Green and Elizabeth Stephenson},
Amid the pressure and enthusiasm for researchers to share data, a rapidly growing number of tools and services have emerged. What do we know about the quality of these data? Why does quality matter? And who should be responsible for their quality? We believe an essential measure of data quality is the ability to engage in informed reuse which requires that data are independently understandable (CCSDS, 2012). In practice, this means that data must undergo quality review, a process whereby data… CONTINUE READING
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