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La représentativité des données issues des diagnostics : un préalable à leur exploitation scientifique

Abstract : Possible scientific exploitation of data resulting from a diagnosis depends entirely on their representativeness and the biases that are more or less strongly associated with them. Today, this representativeness is extremely poor because, on the one hand, the biases are multiple and important and, on the other hand, their respective impacts are often not controlled although their existence is proven. We are talking here about the biases that come from the initial phase of the administrative and scientific processes leading up to the diagnoses.
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Jan Vanmoerkerke. La représentativité des données issues des diagnostics : un préalable à leur exploitation scientifique. Le diagnostic comme outil de recherche : 2e séminaire scientifique et technique de l'Inrap, David Flotté; Cyril Marcigny, Sep 2017, Caen, France. https://sstinrap.hypotheses.org/6910, ⟨10.34692/5h55-nc43⟩. ⟨hal-02446974⟩

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