No. We assume that correct clustering also allows the reversibly aggregated presentation of data.
If individual test questions or measurement results are merged into higher-level clusters and are no longer implemented as an individual survey, the question arises: where to with the data?
- We currently assume that subordinate data can be bundled (we have not yet discussed the mathematical model for this). They can also be placed visually over the data of the cluster. This makes it possible to check whether the results are congruent or whether they have been postponed.
- The bundling should be reversible. If necessary, the clusters should be able to be dissolved again in order to generate individual statements.