Data Noise – Data Mining Fundamentals Part 8

Data noise can overlap valid data and outliers. Noise can appear because of human inconsistency and labeling. We will provide you with several examples of data noise, and how data noise can be measured and recorded.

Part 9:
Missing Values and Duplicated Data

Part 7:
Data Quality

Complete Series:
Data Mining Fundamentals

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