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Data Quality-Assurance

Data quality is a relative term, for which there are no absolute measures. In practice, data quality is a measure of the fitness for use of a dataset for a specific purpose, and cannot be determined before that purpose is known. For example, a topographic map at a scale of 1:500,000 might be considered ‘high quality’ for national-level planning purpose, but ‘poor quality’ for local planning.

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