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Correction See correction
We have corrected two minor errors in the 'April 2019 to March 2020 – UK and Countries' dataset. We have corrected an error in the 'Anxiety in the UK, year ending March 2012 to year ending March 2020' table, in the 'UK - Anxiety' tab. In the previous version, the table column headings read 'high (6-10), medium (4-5), low (2-3), very low (0-1)'. The table column headings should have read 'very low (0-1), low (2-3), medium (4-5) and high (6-10). This happened because of a human error. We have corrected an error in the 'Anxiety for countries in the UK, year ending March 2012 to year ending March 2020' table, in the 'Country - Anxiety' tab. In the previous version, the ranges in the column headings read '6-10, 4-5, 2-3, 0-1'. The ranges in the column headings should have read '0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-10', to correctly align with the column headings. This happened because of a human error.
|19 July 2021 11:34|