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data set

[′dad·ə ‚set]
(computer science)
A named collection of similar and related data records recorded upon some computer-readable medium.
A data file in IBM 360 terminology.

data set

a collection of information (‘observations’) made on a group of individuals and relating to certain VARIABLES in which the investigator is interested. This data may be gained from interviews, surveys, experiments, etc. See also DATA ANALYSIS, RESEARCH METHODS.

data set

(operating system, storage)
An IBM term for a file.

data set

(1) A collection of interrelated data. Originating in the mainframe community, the term is used today as a generic description of a database, which may include multiple tables. It may also refer to some other data structure and sometimes to a single file or collection of files. See database and file.

(2) A data set is a telephone modem in earlier AT&T terminology.
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Very large quant funds will have in-house data strategy teams who will often contact companies directly and then evaluate if their data sets are of interest for research purposes and for back testing and so on.
Many scientific and business applications produce large data sets with increasing complexity and dimensionality.
Inasmuch to extremely increasing number of the users and items and very few ratings, most entries of the data sets matrix still remain zero.
According to Schafer and Graham (2002), rather than completely removing individuals or units from the analysis, it would be more proper to perform analysis over completed data sets by imputing values to missing observations using information obtained from the units with missing data.
Preserving anonymity in large data sets is a pressing concern because public and private entities alike see aggregated digital data as a source of novel insights.
We excluded any stop doses and excluded data sets describing combinations of morphology codes (e.
The company said that using Wolfram's Computable Document Format (CDF), users can create visual depictions of their data sets, which then can be manipulated by others.
Typical MFL ILI tools in use today will collect several complementary data sets simultaneously, with multiple magnetization levels and high-resolution deformation arrays considered a necessary part of any data set for detection of mechanical damage.
Once an operator enters data onto a data entry form, they click a button to activate VBA code that transfers the data to a pre-designated spreadsheet for the particular data set.
A full copy snapshot replicates the data set in its entirety.
Note that these raw black-white gaps, while sizable, are substantially smaller than those observed in earlier data sets for children of the same age.
Hedges Q statistic was used to determine which data sets were homogeneous (Hedges & Olkin, 1985).