I did a study using a company's private data in the mining sector, but I forgot to include some data in the analysis.

If someone tries to do my experiment again and find different results. Would that make me look as if I manipulated the data?

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  • No, I didnt do that question before – LudwigVanBaker Feb 1 at 21:29
  • There are other questions here like this one. No, colleges only revoke degrees for gross misconduct such as fraud. Mistakes happen. Don't be concerned. – Buffy Feb 1 at 21:30
  • it's about the question being the same, not whether you wrote it... – Solar Mike Feb 1 at 21:30
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    @Buffy, really? Oh I saw tons of news in which researches looses degrees because of mistakes. – LudwigVanBaker Feb 1 at 21:35