I am currently taking Introduction to Image Interpretation online and there is a section in it that talks about Precision and Accuracy. I wanted to know if someone out there has any good information that I can use to learn more about it.
This illustration stuck with me, and helps me remember at the most basic level what precision vs. accuracy is.This is the source of the image, also containing a little more context. In general, Precision is the how close your grouping of measurements are. Accuracy is how close your measurement is to the actual measurement in the real world.
Blah238 is right, they left out Accurate, but not Precise - that might look something like: