Asking people who are related to these data, asking questions to them about its usages such as if someone has just scored a goal today, but it might be his special football goal when his team won, the player could remember a record build for his team winning the game whenever he scored or eventually from penalty will add more sense on how we extract the data. Likewise asking questions to the people related with the data can give insight for running those queries and harness the data in a relevant manner. This is just an example, there could be people applying for many jobs, and if he is interested in a particular job but due to market conditions, he is looking for other subsidiary jobs available in the market could tell organizations where he really fits? Asking people about the data generated by them can give an idea of how to use those data and for what reason? It is difficult to implement but this could lead to some desired results if done appropriately.
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