How Clean is Your Data? (No-one Knows...)

When Dr. Joseph Lister insisted that his doctors wash their hands before examining patients in his Glasgow hospital in the mid 1800s, many saw his actions as controversial and extraordinary. One hundred and fifty years later, most people view Lister's notions about preventing the spread of germs as common sense.

Victorian doctors considered the presence of germs spontaneous and acceptable. Are modern-day reference data managers working within the same narrow mindset? It seems like every data

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