Into the data: Day 23

Into the data: Day 23

On Day 23, I learned about insufficient data. The following are the various types of insufficient data:

  1. Comes from one source
  2. The data is dynamic
  3. Outdated
  4. Location based

In some cases the location might not affect the outcome, but if it causes friction then it can be deemed as a type of insufficient data. Plus I learned about the central limit theorem where a sample size is enough to determine the outcome.

Credits: Coursera




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