2 thoughts on “Data Accessibility

  1. Gordon Hamilton 12th January 2012 / 18:00

    Nice post Henrik. I was reading Richard Wang the other day and his answer to the question “What is the most important DQ dimension?” was the same as yours, Accessibility. He stressed that the quality of the data could not improve until all the potential consumers got their say as to what qualities made the data fit for their purpose.

    • Henrik Liliendahl Sørensen 12th January 2012 / 18:28

      Thanks for commenting Gordon. One challenge in data quality improvement is that different data consumers see different qualities in making the same data fit for their particular use. Improved accessibility will help here too for example as one consumer like a given set of data mashed-up with one other set of related data and another consumer will like the same core data mashed-up with another set of related data.

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