The Data-Information-Knowledge Cycle

Data Management is a very lexically challenged discipline. A major part of that lexical challenge is the terms “data,” “information,” and “knowledge.” These three terms are often misused, abused, and used interchangeably to the point that their real meaning is often unclear. These three terms must be formally defined – in order to create a […]

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