data validation


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data validation

the process of determining whether information gathered during the process of data collection is complete and accurate.

data validation

(1) The checking of data for accuracy and/or compliance with applicable standards, rules and conventions.
(2) Any process used to flag inaccurate, incomplete or unreasonable data by means of format checks, completeness checks, check key tests, reasonableness checks and limit checks.
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Activity 1 - Building a unifying register catches and sales and a corresponding system for data validation with the possibility of providing 6 pcs.
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In post-processing, special automated dictionaries or data validation routines can greatly reduce the need for subsequent manual cleanup.
We are very excited about this partnership, as it streamlines data validation, within PowerSchool," said Luyen Chou, chief product officer with the K-12 Technology group of Pearson.
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TELEform provides server-side data validation, processing and export to database and XML applications, and is used to publish digital copies of completed forms for later use.
One method of generating a data map is to create a spreadsheet-style matrix that compares the old field names, new field names, data types, field lengths, and data validation notes.