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Data collection for CLASSIFY and PULSE

Data collection for CLASSIFY and PULSE

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Published by Electric Power Research Institute in Palo Alto, CA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

August, 1990.

StatementPrepared by National Analysts.
ContributionsLineweber, D., National Analysts.
The Physical Object
Paginationv. (various), ill.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17590115M

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  Welcome to part three in our blog series on The Definitive Guide to Data you have read the first two in the series you understand what data classification is and why you need it to drive your information security this installment we will discuss the ways to classify and how to best choose the right method based on your business g: PULSE book. The survey method of data collection is likely the most common of the four major research methods. The benefits of this method include low cost, large sample size, and efficiency. The major problem with this method is accuracy: since surveys depend on subjects’ motivation, honesty, memory, and ability to respond, they are very susceptible to.

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