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Data Primer

September 29, 2017 • 1 min read

KFL&A Children and Youth Services Planning Committee (2014)

The purpose of this document is to demystify the terms commonly used by “experts” discussing data, and to provide an introduction to the various types of data we have available for use in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington for children’s services planning . Let’s start in the beginning with some terminology. Consider this your data “cheat sheet” and feel free to refer to it when the “experts” are using “data speak”.

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