Data v Evidence

"Understanding the distinction between data and evidence really actually changes the way people think and see things in organisations."

In this blog for the Oxford Review, David Wilkinson delineates the difference between data and evidence and how that difference affects organisations and their work.

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“If you are of the opinion that sickness is increasing, you most likely aren't going to include data about how many goldfish are pets in your town, for example.”

About the Author

David Wilkinson is the Editor-in-Chief of the Oxford Review.

Who is it for?

Understanding the difference between data and evidence and how to use both effectively is key to the work of all evidence-based organisations.

Further Reading

Data as a Means, Not An End by Tracie Neuhaus and Jarasa Kanok