data source


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data source

[′dad·ə ‚sȯrs]
(computer science)
A device capable of originating data signals for a data transmission device.

data source

A device or part of the computer in which data have originated.
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* Update applications every time a new data source technology is introduced.
Datadeck collects data from various data sources, including but not limited to Mailchimp, Google Adwords, Google Analytics, MySQL, Ptengine, Facebook ads, Excel and centralizes the data, visualizing them on dashboards.
Operators can quickly generate customer insights based on their multiple data sources such as BSS, OSS, and MIS, and use insights obtained to support enterprise digital operations or to have data service innovations to meet market challenges, the report said.
"When users gain the ability to fuse multiple data sources and add machine learning, their systems could become more predictive and intelligent.
The Cloud Data Brief is based on analysis of a sample of over one million anonymized data source connections published to Tableau Online by more than 4,000 customers.
By combining Allot's Smart Data Source, and Oracle's industry-leading big data methodologies and analytics tools, communication service providers (CSPs) will be able to leverage and monetize their data by correlating network, service and customer information.
According to the company, Allot Smart Data Source is a real-time network Intelligence source that captures a rich variety of contextual statistics and facilitates actionable analytical insights to drive customer satisfaction and revenue generation.
Many data sources store name data in one field in a Last Name, First Name field, such as "Doe, Jane," or "Smith, John." So before we can practice breaking up the text, we first need to combine the data in the First Name and Last Name fields into the Full Name field.
"Wonderware SmartGlance 2014 R2 software delivers highly relevant information coming from industrial data sources to targeted plant workers in the form of personalised charts, reports and alerts.
To simplify as much as possible, there are seven core issues concerning the interplay of ESI and big data that attorneys today must study and comprehend: storage structure; balance between big data analytics and document destruction; importance of centralized data sources; use of big data tools with integrated litigation hold and ESI functionality; applicability of technology-assisted review and predictive coding; management of ESI created in real-time; and proportionality.
The new collaboration extends access to even more unstructured data sources offering users a deeper perspective of customers, markets and business processes.
"We're pleased to be able to provide researchers a concise summary listing of many of the most used federal government and nongovernment data sources,"