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folarin86 started the topic:
2018-07-12 20:16


In “Customers” table of “orderdb” data that comes with Data Cleaner, I like to reach potential customers who can afford to invest a hefty amount of money (via taking credit) on a government project. What type of data quality measurements would you apply to the data and why?
Arjan replied:
2018-07-16 05:58
You're repeating you're last question here. I don't have the answer to that, as I see it, this question is more of a general data analysis question, and not so much DataCleaner specific.
Lútzen replied:
2018-08-17 11:50
This question is indeed pretty general. A simple start would be adding a filter which filters out potential customers which fit the "investment rule" (e.g. people who earn more than 100k annually). By applying such a filter, you can continue to work on improving the data quality of the list of potential customers. Improving data in this matter could be anything depending on the use case (e.g an email marketing campaign may require email validation or a check on an "opt-in").