When a database is linked to the graphics software, integrated disparate datasets are referred to as layers of information because they are displayed in map form.
A group of data tables and associated files required for the execution of PTWin32.
A data set is either a table, query, or a view from the data source defined by the DataLink. GhostFill does not support Parameter Queries or Stored Procedures.
A unique set of data, stored in an HP Caliper database, that is associated with a single measurement run. Each dataset contains several types of performance data. A dataset could consist of PMU metric statistics, histogram data, call graphs, general run performance data, and so forth.
a cached In-Memory database that may accomodate multiple DataTables
a class that stores data as if it were a database
a collection of DataTables and metadata
a completely disconnected version of relational data including tables, keys, and relationships and so it would seem to be the perfect object for passing data across physical boundaries
a container/bucket for datatables and defines relations between them via objects
a container which holds more datatables
a container which holds tables that holds rows which has items
a copy of some or all of the records and fields stored in a database
a description of tables and columns, relationships and pkeys
a disconnected object (that is, it does not need an open connection to the datasource to function), so AFAIK, it's always a "client side" object
a disconnected set of data and can represent tables or multiple tables
a disconnected store for data that is retrieved from a database
a disconnected view of the database, it isn't just a few rows and columns, but all the database relationships that go along with the data contained as well
a in-memory database and relies on relational data model
an absolute must if records have to move back and forth for disconnected processing, filtering, etc
an improved version of a Table
an in-memory cache of tables, obtained from a relational database or an XML document
an in-memory container of data from a database or XML document
an in-memory copy of database data that contains any number of data tables, each of which typically corresponds to a database table or view
an in-memory databases that potentially house multiple tables, as well as the relationships between the tables
an in-memory data store that contains Tables, Relations, and Constraints
an in-memory, disconnected representation of the database
an object that holds by instance datatables and datarelations
an object that knows how to HOLD Rows and Columns
a rather large object placed side by side with its DataTable counterpart
a set of DataTable objects
a structure containing many DataTables
a subset of a Database
a way to do interactive operations with the whole database such as binding to, navigating through, or remoting the results of a database query
A group of related and identically coded items. In many systems a file would be one dataset. However, in many databases, a file can contain more than one dataset. These are usually called tables.
The information in a database (contents)
A dataset is information encoded in a defined structure (for example, lists, tables, and databases), intended to be useful for direct machine processing.
A dataset is a table having rows and columns of data. The rows are sometimes referred to as records or instances. The MineSet CD includes several sample datasets, such as churn for people interested in telecommunications habits, cars which is of general interest, adult which is a dataset based on information culled from the US Census Bureau. A dataset can also be described as a schema and set of instances matching the schema. Generally, no ordering on instances is assumed.
the individual-level results of a survey, conceptualized as a table or "matrix" where the rows are individual respondents and their answers, and can include values derived from those answers, typically stored as numbers. Datasets may be used for secondary analysis.
The hardcopy dataset that CDA will store in the DTI managed warehouse in Edinburgh. It is this data set that will be scanned for CDA. The dataset will be collated from the DTI hardcopy dataset. Complementary and missing items will be supplied by the Current Owners. When applied to the quality of a curve in the online database this designation indicates that the depth sampling of the digital log data is greater than 10 samples per meter or 3 samples per foot.