The two terms are often used interchangably. Although there are some commonly understood distinctions, there are also grey areas: statistics are certainly a kind of data, and data are used to generate statistics.
Statistics often are:
Data can generally be used to:
A data savvy individual is someone who is data literate - who can "access, interpret, critically assess, manage, handle and ethically use data" (Prado & Marzal, 2013).
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