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ANALYSING AND SYNTHESISING DATA

This month, in her ongoing series, Julie Goucher looks at analysing and synthesising data…

Analysing and synthesising data are topics that really require far greater in-depth coverage than this column allows, but I feel it’s important to give you a taste. Those wishing to find out more, please note that I write regularly on my own site so you can find extra details there.

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