Steve Bynghall Evaluating information products: Step four - Outcome and learning points
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24th November 2020

By Steve Bynghall

Abstract

In this last article in a series of five, we look at the output of the final evaluation stage of the project. It covers aggregating and analysing data, and presenting recommendations and learning points. As with the previous articles, we use the example of a comprehensive comparative analysis of patent research projects conducted by the InfoCenter at Cargill and present activities and examples of best practice.

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