Measuring and monitoring data quality
10-30, 14:00–14:55 (UTC), Room 1

The quality of Wikidata’s data matters. To ensure that we serve the world with reliable and verifiable data, we need to really understand how high or low the quality of our data is and how it develops over time and in different areas of Wikidata. In this session, we want to look at the ways we already measure data quality and what that does and does not tell us about our data. We’d then love to discuss which aspects of data quality we are still missing and how we could get a better understanding of those aspects.

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What will the participants take away from this session?

an understanding of how we currently measure data quality and the opportunity to give input on aspects we are not covering and how we could better understand them in the future