The second anchor is related to accepted use. Organizations and analytics experts will need to clearly understand if the intended analytical approach is appropriate to the context in which it is being used, as assessed by experts in the field. Crime statistics, for example, could be used as a proxy for economic vibrancy in a specific geographic area, but only if the right statistics are being leveraged and in the right context. Organizations will also need to ensure that the way they manipulate the data is appropriate and defensible. Knowing when and how to appropriately apply data and analytics (D&A) to various scenarios is key.
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