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Contributor(s): Ivy Wigmore

A data point is a discrete unit of information. In a general sense, any single fact is a data point. In a statistical or analytical context, a data point is usually derived from a measurement or research and can be represented numerically and/or graphically. The term data point is roughly equivalent to datum, the singular form of data

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I have a town house built, 3 story. Do I need 3 data points Ie 1 for each floor (3 points) or 1 point with Wi-Fi for other rooms. Will this suit Foxtel connection? (1 Data point or 3 points). Help?
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