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DM5502: PETROLEUM DATA QUALITY MANAGEMENT (2016-2017)

Last modified: 16 Dec 2016 11:55


Course Overview

 

  • The value of data quality and data quality management, and business consequences of poor data quality (lost value, increased costs, increased risk, reputational damage)
  • Inherent uncertainty in data values and the implications for data use
  • The contextual nature of data quality management which also depends on how data is used and context of use (not all applications require great precision or completeness, which incur costs)
  • The difference between standards and rules deriving from the nature of the data, and those deriving from the business purpose the data meets; how standards and rules may differ by country and context
  • Addressing data quality issues (e.g. through data clean-up projects and application of data analytics) • Auditing and assessing the business’ data quality processes and adherence to standards and business rules
  • The relation between data quality management and data governance.
  • Using business rules for loading and cleansing different data types and data sets
  • Identifying, monitoring for, handling, and reporting data quality issues
  • The role of, value of and need for data quality standards, business rules, policies, and procedures, and how these are used to lead compliance activities
  • Tracking data uncertainty and quality; the importance of data users documenting assumptions and precision
  • Common data quality issues (including issues related to data completeness, consistency and precision) and how to deal with these

 

Course Details

Study Type Postgraduate Level 5
Session Second Sub Session Credit Points 15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)
Campus Old Aberdeen Sustained Study No
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What courses & programmes must have been taken before this course?

  • Any Postgraduate Programme (Studied)

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Course Description

 

  • The value of data quality and data quality management, and business consequences of poor data quality (lost value, increased costs, increased risk, reputational damage)
  • Inherent uncertainty in data values and the implications for data use
  • The contextual nature of data quality management which also depends on how data is used and context of use (not all applications require great precision or completeness, which incur costs)
  • The difference between standards and rules deriving from the nature of the data, and those deriving from the business purpose the data meets; how standards and rules may differ by country and context
  • Addressing data quality issues (e.g. through data clean-up projects and application of data analytics) • Auditing and assessing the business’ data quality processes and adherence to standards and business rules
  • The relation between data quality management and data governance.
  • Using business rules for loading and cleansing different data types and data sets
  • Identifying, monitoring for, handling, and reporting data quality issues
  • The role of, value of and need for data quality standards, business rules, policies, and procedures, and how these are used to lead compliance activities
  • Tracking data uncertainty and quality; the importance of data users documenting assumptions and precision
  • Common data quality issues (including issues related to data completeness, consistency and precision) and how to deal with these

 

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