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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.
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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.
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data set

(operating system, storage)
An IBM term for a file.
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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) In earlier AT&T terminology, a data set was a telephone modem.
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