Data Quality Assessment Practical Methods for Data Analysis
Part 1 - Introduction
This one-day course demonstrates how to perform a Data Quality Assessment (DQA). The emphasis is on the statistical concepts used to evaluate data but does not go into depth on the actual working of statistical tests. The emphasis of the course is on the methodical way in which an assessment is conducted using the five-step DQA Process. The course is intended for managers or analysts that prepare or review reports - and the intent of the course is to illustrate what is important in preparing or reviewing a statistical analysis.
Audience: Managers, Data Analysts, Data Reviewers, and those who prepare and/or review reports containing statistical analysis of data.
Fees: Free. *Washington State Department of Ecology Employees are responsible for a small fee and should contact Charlene Witczak in Employee Services at 360-407-6983.*
Instructors: John Warren, U.S. EPA Office of Environmental Information, Quality Staff and Kelly Black, Neptune and Co., Denver CO.
Registration: You may register for either parts or both. *Washington State Department of Ecology Employees must register thru Charlene Witczak in Employee Services at 360-407-6983.*
01:00 DQA Steps 4 and 5
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