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tabular data

Data arranged in columns. See HTML table and table view.
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Library GIS staff at KU and other institutions rarely purchase datasets, as a wealth of spatial and tabular data is freely available online and through government agencies (Abbott & Argentati, 1995; Lamont, 1997; Kowal, 2002; Soete, 1997).
Analysis of the tabular data from the cumulative lead-screening cohort of 1996-1997 demonstrated that the proportion of children with elevated BPb levels was much higher for children residing in homes built before 1950 (27%) than for those in newer homes (9%).
2 finance giant, TABULAR DATA OMITTED buys Honfed Bank and forces interstate banking on a once-protected state.
The average per ton price received by growers for red TABULAR DATA OMITTED grapes was $430.02, a 1.8% drop from the 1992 per ton price of $437.68.
The top five countries produce TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED slightly over two-thirds of the world's wine.
TABULAR DATA OMITTED 1991 RETAIL AND INSTITUTIONAL NATIONALITY FOODS U.S.
In Europe, where most of the world's wine is produced, acreage bans, maximum allowable yields per acre, controls on production practices, and distillation programs TABULAR DATA OMITTED have been in place for years in an attempt to balance supply and demand.