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What factors should I consider when assessing the value of my data?

Prices in the data market fluctuate with supply and demand, taking into account a variety of different criteria.

These 10 questions will help you define the value of your data

  1. Notoriety: can you count on your reputation? What level of confidence will acquirers have in you?
  2. Completeness: is your file sufficient on its own?
  3. Rarity: how many organizations are able to provide the same information as you?
  4. Reliability: does your data reflect reality? Is it accurate, verified, up-to-date?
  5. Organization: is your file presentation stable and easily used by acquirers?
  6. Frequency and periodicity: are you able to refresh your data regularly?
  7. Sustainability: will your data continue to be produced in the future?
  8. Volume: does your file contain a large amount of data? What is its background?
  9. Clarity: is your file easy to understand and well-documented?
  10. Dependency: are there acquirers for whom your data is critical?

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