It is possible to provide data, regardless of their level of quality. Providers propose two types of data: raw data that acquirers can rework with their own tools, and data that have already been reworked, and can be exploited more quickly.


Should preference be given to raw or reworked data?

It depends on your objective and the quality of your extraction. It is quite possible to publish raw data to test the interest of your data. If the demand is confirmed, you can then spend more time to develop your offering. Some acquirers prefer to acquire raw data in order to rework it with their own tools and cross reference it with other data.

A raw file does not necessarily mean poor quality. Certain information systems provide native data that are qualitative.
Note that the more your data is readable, complete and directly usable, the more you increase its attractiveness and market value!