Users need to know about the quality of our statistics. Use this section to explain how the data should or should not be used and to ensure users do not misunderstand the data.
This can include:
- guidance on the accuracy and reliability of the data
- information about uncertainty or comparability with other sources
- whether this bulletin contains National Statistics or Experimental Statistics
See the October 2019 Labour market overview bulletin for an example.
This section should only include brief information critical to the way people use the data. If necessary, link to relevant articles so that users can find out more about the quality of the data.
Break up this section with subheadings to make it easier to read and signpost users to the most relevant content.
If your QMI has a section that clearly explains the strengths and limitations of your data, link directly to it.
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