341. How to Make Data Truly Usable with MaryBeth Maskovas

Anatolii Ulitovskyi, MaryBeth Maskovas 09.11.2022 Updated: 09.11.2022
341. How to Make Data Truly Usable with MaryBeth Maskovas
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Duration: 45:42
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341. How to Make Data Truly Usable with MaryBeth Maskovas
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Data is an integral part of our lives. It can be used to solve some of the world’s biggest problems and make a difference in people’s lives. Data is also becoming more and more accessible, so we must know how to use it effectively.

There are many ways that data can be used, but here are a few things you should always keep in mind when you’re working with data:

– Collect the right amount of data for your needs

– Make sure that your data is high quality

– Gather as much information about the data as possible

– Check for any missing values or errors

Data is often collected and stored without a clear plan for its use. To make data useful, we must go through a data checklist to ensure we are collecting the correct data.

The first step in making data useful is to find out what type of information you need. This will help you determine what tools and resources you will need for your research and which sources you should use.

After finding the information needed, the next step is collecting the necessary data. This includes identifying sources and deciding how much time you want to spend gathering them together.

Finally, once all of the necessary data has been collected, it needs to be analyzed so that insights can be drawn from it.

Data is the new oil. It’s a valuable resource becoming increasingly important in today’s world. But how do you make data genuinely usable?

MaryBeth Maskovas teaches you on our podcast.

Watch or listen to the entire episode to know a lot more.

Let’s discuss more in our group – https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12416146/.


Learn more about MaryBeth Maskovas on the following resources:
Website: https://www.insightlimeanalytics.com/
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marybethmaskovas/