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What are the four levels of the DIKW Pyramid?
Sort the levels of the pyramid covered in this lesson in order, with the TOP of the pyramid corresponding to the FIRST item in the list below. (e.g. if the very top level of the DIKW of the pyramid were the word “Data”, then you would drag the word “Data” to the top of the list.)
To better understand your progress to your fitness goals, you compare the total number of miles you jogged last week with miles jogged in previous weeks since you started exercising. This is an example of which type of conversion?
True or False: It’s possible to have information without data, but it’s not possible to have data without information.
If you come across a number like, say, 24,901, but the units aren’t given, then this figure will be stuck in which level of the DIKW pyramid until you determine the units and what they mean?
Fill in the blank:
Data relates to principles we adopt and measures we take in order to reduce the chance that we use data in a way that causes harm to others.
If we start with a list from the shipments of all of the products our company sent to customers last quarter, and we reduce the list to shipments of a specific product by taking away shipments of all other products, then this is an example of what type of action?
True or False: The higher up the DIKW Pyramid we go, the more of the “human element” (assumptions, interpretations, associations, priorities, and beliefs) we add to the mix.