data organization

data organization

[′dad·ə ‚ȯr·gə·nə‚zā·shən]
(computer science)
Any one of the data management conventions for physical and spatial arrangement of the physical records of a data set. Also known as data set organization.
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Based on Type, market is segregated into Data Organization, Services, and IT Infrastructure.
Off-line -- archives, infrequent access, low priority in business operations, data organization important for easy access when required, disk-to-disk back-up and tape archives
One of the planned features of Longhorn that will be delayed is a new data organization tool called WinFS.
Physicians are especially nervous about a provision that allows the Maine Health Data Organization to collect quality data from their offices--something that's never been permitted before.
Unlike a conceptual model, a physical data model takes into account data organization within a database management system and may identify table structure, indexing, and other data organization elements.
ReaxysTree: allows users to browse the Reaxys bibliographic content using a familiar, tree-like visualization of the data organization, facilitating the discovery of previously unknown connections and the ability to generate new ideas.
program, officials from the city of Malaga in Spain helped Tripoli implement the data organization system.
In sections on summarizing data, statistical tests, and applying data, she considers such topics as data organization, descriptive statistics for categorical and continuous data, evaluating statistical significance, comparing continuous-variable data among non-dichotomous groups, drawing conclusions, and writing research reports.
With this data organization plus DeCypher's raw speed, our customers will save days to weeks of effort otherwise needed to assign gene function.
For purposes of this discussion, these design guidelines have been grouped into three categories: meaningful communication, data organization, and hypermedia characteristics.
Worldata, the leading direct and interactive marketing data organization, announced today that The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) has elected President and CEO, Jay Schwedelson, as a new member of the Board of Directors for 2013-2014.
How this data is organized may differ from the traditional methods of data organization.

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