record layout


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record layout

[′rek·ərd ‚lā‚au̇t]
(computer science)
A form showing how fields are positioned within a record, usually with information about each field.

record layout

The format of a data record, which includes the name, type and size of each field in the record.
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Law enforcement agencies that prefer electronic submissions but do not report via the NIBRS may use the hate crime record layout specified in the publication Hate Crime Magnetic Media Specifications for Tapes & Diskettes (January 1997 [with subsequent amendments]), since replaced by Hate Crime Technical Specification, Version 2.1 (05/25/2012).
Student C -- Screen 1, Data Element Dictionary, Record Layouts;
The following are appended: (1) Record Layout and Descriptions of Data Elements: NCES District CWI Data File; (2) Record Layout and Descriptions of Data Elements: NCES Labor Market CWI Data File; (3) Record Layout and Descriptions of Data Elements: NCES State CWI Data File; (4) Record Layout and Descriptions of Data Elements: NCES Regional CWI Data File; (5) Glossary; and (6) Frequencies and Ranges.
Law enforcement agencies may capture hate crime data in one of three ways: via NIBRS submissions, in an electronic hate crime record layout, or on the Hate Crime Incident Report and the Quarterly Hate Crime Report forms.
The record layout - while important - doesn't tell you everything you need to know about a database.
The following are appended: (1) Record Layout for the Common Core of Data, Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey: School Year 2003-04; (2) Value Distribution and Field Frequencies for the Common Core of Data, Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey: School Year 2003-04; (3) Glossary for the Common Core of Data: School Year 2003-04; (4) State Notes for the Common Core of Data: School Year 2003-04; and (5) Shuttle for the Common Core of Data, Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey: School Year 2003-04.
The following are appended: (1) Glossary; (2) Record Layout; (3) Survey Instrument; (4) Crosswalks; (5) Edits and Imputations; (6) Response Rate Tables; (7) Comparison of Reported and Imputed Values; (8) Frequency and Continuous Variable Statistics; and (9) Planning Document.
This handbook from the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development contains the following sections: (1) Changes; (2) Transmission Procedures; (3) Summer OASIS Data Elements; and (4) Summer OASIS Record Layout. The following are appended: (1) District and School Numbers; (2) Race/Ethnicity Descriptions; (3) USDOE Guidance Regarding Free & Reduced Lunch; and (4) Limited English Proficient (LEP) Student.
The guide contains: (1) the LEAP timeline; (2) "Content Information"; (3) "LEAP Reporting Guidelines"; (4) "Data Definitions/Instructions"; (5) "LEAP Data Reporting Procedures"; (6) "Reporting Assessment(s)"; (7) "LEAP Code Lists"; (8) "LEAP Record Layout"; and (9) "LEAP Scoring Centers and Contacts." (SLD)
The guide contains these sections: (1) the LEAP timeline; (2) "LEAP Reporting Guidelines"; (3) "LEAP Data Definitions and Glossary"; (4) "High Schools"; (5) "LEAP Data Reporting Procedures"; (6) "LEAP Code Lists"; (7) "LEAP Data Transmittal"; and (8) "LEAP Record Layout." (SLD)
* Obtain record layouts of files containing orders, shipments, and billing.
File and record layouts. Go over these in both sets of object code.