The arrangement or disposition of the lines which appear on the inside of the hand.
A predefined format of rows and columns in a relational database that define an entity.
A collection of data about the same subject arranged in records (rows) and fields (columns).
A DB2 object that contains data in row/column format.
Another name for a flat file, an arrangement of data into rows and columns, in relational database design.
the table is where data for a particular portion of a database is stored. It is typically organized into rows (records) and columns (fields). Most complex databases do not let users view tables directly, but instead display data via different screens and reports which pull data from one or more tables.
A set of results produced by Vitalnet. A table has several parts: Header - lists basic analysis settings Data section - numerical results Horizontal bar graphs - graphical representation of the data Footer - lists other analysis settings
Basic unit of data storage in an Oracle database. Table data is stored in rows and columns. See Also: column, row
(Relation) 2-dimensional information representation with Rows & Columns.
A named group of related data in rows and columns in a database.
The Oracle structure that holds information inside a database. A table organizes information in columns and rows, so the information is easy to manipulate; for example, you can sort, filter, find, combine, or add information.
grid work of lines on a webpage, made of rows and columns, that outlines sections of text and keeps pictures and text from shifting.
A set of data elements that has a horizontal dimension (rows) and a vertical dimension (columns) in a relational database system. A table has a specified number of columns but can have any number of rows. A table is often called a relation. Rows stored in a table are structurally equivalent to records from flat files in that they must not contain repeating fields.
(1) An array of data, each item of which can be unambiguously identified by means of one or more arguments. I. A. (2) In SQL, a named data object consisting of a specific number of columns and some unordered rows. IBM. See Structured Query Language.
A two-dimensional presentation of information, composed of rows and columns that form individual cells.
A named data object consisting of a specific number of columns and some unordered rows. See also base table.
Refers to data arranged in rows and columns. A spreadsheet, for example, is a table.
A database object that consists of a group of rows (records) divided into columns (fields) that contain data.
A table is an item in an object database. Tables contain various types of objects and windows -- and they can contain other tables. Tables are like folders on your hard drive.
In AIPS++, a Table consists of a header, and a main data table. The main data table consists of a number of rows and columns. A value is stored at the intersection of each row and column. All values in a column must be of the same type. The header consists of sets of keywords: one set for the whole Table, and (potentially) one set per column.
a data structure composed of key/value pairs, in which keys are distinct. Tables can be subscripted by keys to assign or access corresponding values. Table subscripting produces variables.
a way to organize information by putting things in columns
A main subset of information in a database containing a series of columns and rows. In some database systems, a table is called a file.
A container for raw data - typically, a logical grouping of similar data. In Access, the tables' design organises the data into rows (records) and columns (fields)
A systematic arrangement of data, usually in rows and columns for ready reference.
A tabular view of data, which may be used on a relational database management system, defined by one or more columns of data and a primary key. A table would be populated by rows of data. Oracle, 1998. ()
Design technique that organises complex information in row and column format, permitting easy comparisons - also a tool that permits Web developers to control the horizontal and vertical placement of text and graphics.
an orderly arrangement of information, numbers or letters, usually in rows and columns.
The basic unit of storage in an ALLBASE/SQL database. Tables are made up of horizontal rows and vertical columns of data. The ALLBASE/SQL naming convention for a table is Owner.TableName where the owner is the creator of the table.
A box that consists of columns and rows that allows you to organize information on your web site.
A graphic or sidebar that stacks words or numbers in rows so readers can compare data.
a specific form of database representation named for its similarities to a table on a piece of paper
a chart with rows and columns that has numbers in the various cells or boxes
a collection of row s
a columnar arrangement of information--often numbers--organized to save space and convey relationships at a glance
a common and useful way to present data
a complex data STRUCTURE, not just a bunch of rows
a constructed element made up of other constructed elements, rows and columns
a container comprised of rows
a container that stores rows
a database construct that consists of named columns containing rows of data
a database object that contains a single set of data
a database object that holds your data
a database object that is used to store, organize, and view data
a data region that presents data row by row
a data structure consisting of an unordered set of horizontal rows, each containing the same number of vertical columns
a feature, comprised of parallel columns and rows, which is used to store, organize, and view data on a particular topic
a file in a database
a format or layout consisting of rows and columns, which are used for placing information, such as text, images, and links, in an orderly fashion
a great way to present tabular information organized in rows and columns
a grid containing columns and rows
a grid of rows and columns containing boxes (also known as cells) of text or graphics
a grid of rows and columns just like a spreadsheet
a grouping of related data organized in fields (columns) and records (rows) on a datasheet
a grouping of rows with the same format
a layout manager that allows you to place you widgets in rows and columns
a list of words and numbers written in rows and columns
a matrix of item values whose columns are linear arrays and whose rows, called entries, are therefore related sets of different items
a matrix with data
a method for presenting information in rows and columns
an abstract concept representing rows and columns and can represent data not only from relational sources but from other sources as well
an arrangement of data with two or more columns and one or more rows in which the information in the leftmost column relates specifically to the information in the other column or columns
an arrangement of information in a rectangular grid
an array of cells, what can be either header or else data cells
an array of data items organized into rows and columns
an array of data ordered into rows and columns, clearly separated from the surrounding text
an associative map from a key type to a data type
an HTML tag that allows one to add rows and columns of square cells onto a web page
an illustration organised in rows and columns, with each cell including either numbers or words or both
an object made up of rows and columns of string values
an object that holds the data of a database
an orderly arrangement of text and/or graphics into vertical columns and horizontal rows
a powerful tool for presenting tabular data
a rectangular area that is (usually) subdivided into further rectangles to make rows and columns
a rectangular array of data
a rectangular grid made up of rows and columns
a rectangular window
a repository of information divided into columns and rows
a section of the database for storing related information
a series of columns and rows, each field of which contains a single value
a set of rows, and a row is a set of attributes
a simple two dimensional structure with columns and rows
a static object, so you can't insert rows nor columns dynamically
a structured presentation of data cells using rows and columns
a structure that defines a template used to define a grouping of data
a systematic arrangement of data or inforrnation
a systematic way to store data
a text file containing one or more rows of data, that correspond to frequencies and other statistics derived from a single sample
a tool you can use to place text and images in specified rows and columns
a two dimensional matrix consisting of rows and columns
a two-dimensional organizational structure that is composed of rows and columns
a two-dimensional representation of columns and rows
a way of organizing data, or information
A database object that formats data as rows and columns. Data in the rows and columns are related. The nature of their relationship is specified by the user who requests the data.
One or more rows of cells frequently used to display numbers and other items for quick reference and analysis. Items in a table are organized into rows and columns.
The basic unit of storage in the Oracle database. Users store their data in tables.
One of the kind of data in the PCRaster database. Contains relations between PCRaster maps. Ascii formatted.
This is an element that you can insert into your web page. You can choose the number of columns and the number of rows as well as other specific properties for your table. You can align your table and set its height and width. Setting the height to a percent means that no matter how one resizes the page, the table will take up that % of the window. Setting your table width to a pixel number means that no matter how the table is resized, the table size will remain that number of pixels. You can choose to have the border of your table show or be transparent.
Presentation of (usually) numbers in columnar form. Tables are used when many determinations need be presented and the exact numbers have importance. If only "the shape of the data" is important, a graph is usually preferable.
A file containing organized data (in rows and columns) on a specific topic, such as Vendor ID Number. As OCR for AnyDoc processes, it can access lookup tables to automatically populate data fields related to the documents and data it captures.
Entity types in a relational model are represented by a table of values where the columns represent attributes of the entity and each row of the table corresponds to an entity occupance. The header and body parts of the table form a relation containing attribute values (cells), attribute domains (columns-fields), records (rows) and keys.
1. Usually referred to as a relational table. The data file in which the relational data reside. 2. A file that contains ASCII or other data.
The basic object of the database that stores the data which is arranged in rows (records) and columns (fields)
A tabular view of data used to hold one or more columns of data. It is often the implementation of an entity.
A two-dimensional object, consisting of rows and columns, used to store data in a relational database. Each table stores information about one of the types of objects modeled by the database. For example, an education database would have one table for teachers, a second for students, and a third for classes.
in relational database management terminology, a two-dimensional system representing data in rows and columns. See also SAS table.
A place in a database where data is stored. Tables are comprised of fields, or columns, and records, or rows.
A formatting method for arranging content into orderly rows and columns.
The object that gives a database its basic structure, storing its records and fields in tabular form.
A collection of data for one lass or entity.It consists of columns for each attribute and a row of data for each specific entity or object.
Columns and rows of cells. The cells can contain text, images, links, etcetera.
A named data object consisting of a specific number of columns and some number of unordered rows.
The basic storage structure in a relational database.
A collection of data which is defined, stored and accessed as tuples of attribute values (i.e., rows and columns).
A presentation of material in columns and rows, allowing for efficient comparison among them.
1] A basic structure to store information in the relational database.  A collection of data arranged in rows and columns, identified by a name.
A named collection of related information, stored in a relational database or server, in a two-dimensional grid that is made up of rows and columns.
A complete table of information within a database.
A sheet layout that arranges items in columns. Items appear in the top axis. Use a table to list all information that fits the query criteria, such as sales transactions for the last month. See: crosstab.
The underlying format in which data is stored by columns (fields) and rows (records, or instances).
An HTML Table is a box with rows and columns of cells. It can be used to organize/format the display of information on a webpage.
a particular orientation of information, arranged in vertical columns and horizontal lines of items such as text or images. Spreadsheet applications produce many types of tables.
table tag Table attributes---all of which can refer to the whole table or single cell (by using th, td, tr) border=---in pixels align=left, right, center---alignment of data within the cells valign=top, middle, bottom---vertical alignment of data within the cells width/height=---in pixels, of table or individual cells cellpadding/cellspacing=---in pixels, adds space within cell/border bordercolor/bgcolor="color"---will change table, row, or cell border/background color, use with td, th, and tr tags rowspan/colspan---allows one cell to occupy more than one "cellblock"
A Table is a grid made up of a number of rows and columns that enable you to control the layout of text and images.
See database table.
contains text displayed in tabular form, in rows and columns.
1. A collection of rows in a relational database. 2. An article of furniture consisting of a flat top supported on one or more legs.
(TM) A set of rows. See also relation. tables.php
A two-dimensional set of values corresponding to an entity. The columns of a table represent characteristics of the entity and the rows represent instances of the entity.
Tables are composed of fields; each field is a template—like design for storing one element of information in a database. A contacts table, for example, will have a field for the contact's name, one for their address and another for their telephone number. As users add information, tables accumulate the information as a set of records. Each record is one set of fields in the table. An open table looks like a worksheet. Columns are like fields and rows are like records. This similarity facilitates the exchange of information between databases and spreadsheet applications such as Excel. A database has many tables. Microsoft Access databases can use another database's tables as easily as its own; these tables are its "linked" tables.
A visual element used to express a mass of related data, and usually expressed in three or more columns.
A named group of related data in row s and column s in a database.
stores data about an entity and is the basic element in any database. It is made up of records and columnar in appearance.
Collection of rows (records) that have associated columns (fields), or, data arranged in rows and columns. In RDBMS, all information is stored in the form of tables. Each table in a database stores information. Tables have unique names, usually identifying the entity. Table names should be singular. Each row in the table describes one occurrence of an entity. Each column, or field, in a table describes an Attribute of that Entity. Rows and columns can be in any order in a table. A row applies only to a table, but it is part of a complete record.
In a relational DBMS, a two-dimensional array of data or a named data object that contains a specific number of unordered rows composed of a group of columns that are specific for the table. See also database.
The basic structure of a database, made up of columns and rows. A Row or tuple holds data for a record. Each piece of data for the row exists in separate columns. All items in a row are part of the same record. A Column or an attribute in a table holds a particular type of data that changes from row to row. Items in columns are parts of different records. CREATE TABLE CUSTOMER ( CNO NUMBER(4) NOT NULL, CUSTOMER_TYPE VARCHAR2(10), BALANCE NUMBER(8,2) DEFAULT 0 );
A presentation of information organized in rows and columns.
A table is the basic unit of data storage in an Oracle database. The tables of a database hold all of the user-accessible data.
Collection of information displayed in columns and rows.
A collection of records in a relational database. Source: Foldoc: Free On-line Dictionary of Computing
Set of columns and rows containing stored information. The basic unit of a database.
A database object that stores data in records (rows) and fields (columns). The data is usually about a particular category of things, such as employees or orders. gabaatee View
A database file containing specific types of data.
The primary building block within a database where data is actually stored. You must have at least one table before you can create a query, form, or report.
A Table is the main collection of data in a database. Tables are organized into columns and rows.
Attribute data that is contained in a set of rows and columns that represent features within a layer. Following is an example of a table containing tabular data for addresses.
A collection of data display in an easily-used form. It can be written as an array of rows and columns or stored in a computer data bank.
A collection of data, either input or output, that is arranged in rows and columns.
a relation that consists of a set of columns with a heading and a set of rows.
A table containing rows and columns of cells and, optionally, row headers and column headers.
Belongs to a database; stores any number of rows of data which conform to the structure described by a column set. See also: database row column set
Collection of data in an organized structure; comprised of columns that represent fields and rows that represent data; PeopleSoft stores all data in various types of tables. See Relational Database.
Enables the layout of a Web page that keeps the same general appearance irrespective of the browser window size. Depending on requirements, the number of rows and columns can be adjusted, as can the size of the cells.
A compact arrangement of words, numbers or signs-or combinations of them-in rows and columns to display a set of facts or relations. The grid lines may or may not be shown on a table. (e.g., combined list, intersecting lists, nested lists)
The basic mechanism of data storage in a database, made up of tables and rows. In a relational database, multiple tables might be used to store different categories of related information. For example, in a music CD database, one table might contain only artist information, whereas others might contain label information or fan club information.
Related Terms: segment, partition, collection, search indices In relational databases, tables were a way to logically organize a set of data. Search engines do not normally talk of "tables". In search engines, a similar concept to a table is that of partitions or segments. These are typically transparent to the casual search engine administrator; you typically do not address individual partitions or segments with a search engine.
An organized external representation of information, typically in rows and columns.
One or more rows of cells on a page used to organize the layout of a page or arrange data systematically.
A logical unit of storage for a specific collection of data. A table is made up of columns and is used to store rows of data.
An SNMP term that describes a set of attribute values for object class instances. The rows represent the attributes and the columns represent class instances.
The basic unit of storage in a relational database management system. A table represents entities and relationships, and consists of one or more units of information (rows), each of which contains the same kinds of values (columns). Each column is given a column name, a datatype (such as CHAR, DATE, or NUMBER), and a width (the width may be predetermined by the datatype, as in DATE). Once a table is created, valid rows of data can be inserted into it. Table information can then be queried, deleted, or updated. To enforce defined business rules on a table's data, integrity constraints and triggers can also be defined for a table. In SQL*Forms, a block in a form is associated with one base table. See also base table, view, synonym.
A set of data arranged in rows and columns
Text and/or images arranged into orderly rows and columns. HTML provides several tags specifically for creating tables.
With reference to web design, a method for formatting information on a page. Use of tables and the cells within also provide a way to create columns of text. Use of tables vs frames is recommended for helping to make your web site ADA-compliant.
A set of data organised in a tabular form with rows and columns similar to a table in a book. A database usually consists of several tables. Tables many be linked via a key field.
A two-dimensional arrangement of data in rows and columns. Tables are created using the JTable component.
1) A systematic arrangement of data presented in rows and/or columns with appropriate titles, captions, etc.; and 2) An arrangement of data items within a logical record in a summary tape file or other computerized medium, characterized by a common universe.
A collection of computer data that is organized, defined and stored as rows and columns. In non-relational systems, a table is called a FILE.
A Table is used to do the layout of a Web page that keeps the same general appearance irrespective of the browser window size. The number of rows and columns of a row as well as their sizes can be adjusted as per requirements.
A table is a systematic or orderly list of values, usually in rows and columns. They are often organized from a function or relationship.
A set of tags and attributes that allow HTML content to be displayed in cells, rows, and columns thus giving greater control over the placement of elements on the page.
e Tabelle (in a database, spreadsheet)
A table is both a mode of visual communication and a means of arranging data. The use of tables is pervasive throughout all communication, research and data analysis. Tables appear in print media, handwritten notes, computer software, architectural ornamentation, traffic signs and many other places.
In relational databases, SQL databases, and flat file databases, a table is a set of data elements (values) that is organized using a model of horizontal rows and vertical columns. The columns are identified by name, and the rows are identified by the values appearing in a particular column subset which has been identified as a candidate key. Table is the lay term for relation.