data table

data table

[′dad·ə ‚tā·bəl]
(computer science)
An on-screen display of the information in a database management system, presented in columnar format, with field names at the top.
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Weapon, Law Enforcement, 2007-2011," and Expanded Homicide Data Table 15, "Justifiable Homicide by Weapon, Private Citizen, 2007-2011."
But even more important, note that the totals below the data table, which were created with the Subtotal function, automatically adjust to include only those visible cells in the calculation, so the displayed totals represent only the West region.
Expanded Homicide Data Table 3--"Murder Offenders by Age, Sex, and Race, 2012"
Use a data table to record your experiment's findings.
The data table is useful for preserving the data, controlling error, and identifying patterns.
Exhibit 2, at right, shows how to set up a one-variable data table directly below the original data.
Many RMIS systems will allow you to alter data table structures without compromising the integrity of the program.
In our collaboration scenario, the analyst emails the data table with script attached to another analyst to compare results.
1) Using your data table, can you determine which object was the softest?
The page for our cookie investigation included a data table, picture graph, bar graph, and circle graph.
Many RBIS systems will allow you to alter data table structures without compromising the integrity of the program.
* The relation (data table) contains data from multiple entities.

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