Element

Title

Consistancy

Package Name

Data qualities

Description

This refers to the fact that the one data set of a certain entity is equal to another data set. In other words a data entity is always the same regardless of the source. An example of a low consistency is when there are differences between data sets of the same entities originating from different sources. Replication of data is often a source of low consistency.

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Data qualities