What do you mean by technically correct data in data science?

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What do you mean by technically correct data in data science?
Nov 14, 2018 in Data Analytics by Ali
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we define technically correct data as a data set that – is stored in a data.frame with suitable columns names, and – each column of the data.frame is of the R type that adequately represents the value domain of the variable in the column

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