A physical operating system file on disk that was created by Oracle and contains data structures such as tables and indexes. A data file can only belong to one database. See Also: , physical structures
A file, created by a program, in which data is stored.
This term describes all data files resulting from the execution of ESO observing programmes or files created by pipeline processing. Data files include: raw observation frames, processed (by the pipeline) observation frames, observatory calibrations.
A file consisting of data text, numbers, or graphics, for example. Such a file is distinct from a program file of executable instructions.
This file contains data organized into records.
collection of data generated by FRAMES-HWIR Technology Software System arranged for ease of retrieval by various computer programs.
A data file consists of the records captured or saved from a reference database, whether from an online database or from a CD-ROM. A data file must be a text file in order for its records to be imported by EndNote into an EndNote library.
Created when a merge is performed, a data file contains the fields listed in the Merge Option selected for your merge. The naming convention for a merge data file is DATAXXXX.doc, where “XXXX” stands for the first 4 characters of the user's login ID.
A collection of related data records organized in a specific manner. Data files contain computer records which contain information, as opposed to containing data handling information or a program.
In the context of the Data Migration Project, a data file is an ASCII text file that has a header record consisting of variable names or values that is followed by "n" records of data values. Records may contain actual numbers or coded values.
Rectangular fixed width file where rows are records and columns are variables.
A file in which Puma stores the data that it collects from a process. Data files are used during analysis and playback.
a collection of data blocks
a file that can be read from or written to
a file that contains information on the source device
a Macintosh file that contains all of your company-specific information (see fig
a Personal Folders file (
a series of records, or sample horizons
a source/destination file from where data for the database is either read or written
a text file which contains one or more datasets
File containing information that will be processed by a program.
See SAS data file.
A collection of related data or program records stored as a unit with a single name. Return to .
An electronic file downloaded from the Exeter System, containing data relating to one or more patients.
A set of related records.
A flat file containing data to be loaded into the database.
A collection of related data records organized in a specific manner (e.g., one record for each inventory item showing product code, unit of measure, production costs, transactions, selling price, production lead time, etc.).
A collection of information organized in a specific manner for a specific application.
Personal Knowbase associates the extension KNO with its data files. A data file consists of any number of keywords and articles. Any number of data files may be open at once by opening multiple copies of the software.
A data file is a physical operating system file on disk, which contains data structures of a database, such as tables and indexes. A data file only belongs to one database and to one tablespace.
A data file for MineSet is a tab-separated flat file of original data from which the model or visualization is created. MineSet's data files use the .data suffix. They may have been in binary (smaller and faster) or ASCII (human readable) format.
A source code file which contains global variables, but not executable code.
The name of the Data file appears below the text DATA VALUES in the Data window. DEBUG.OMS Selecting the file \KBF\DEBUG.OMS, will run the KBF program in debugging mode. This is useful if you want access to O-Matrix toolbar and other O-Matrix commands while you are running KBF.
A collection of related data records, also referred to as a data set (for example, the collected questionnaire responses from a group of people).
Virus definition files that are necessary to keep your McAfee virus scan current and useful. Without the current data files you are vulnerable to viruses. Short for data.
Any file created within an application: a word processing document, a spreadsheet, a database file, a chart, etc. Also known as a document.
Collection of related records stored on a disk. Also called a file. 13.5
The collection of data and printer commands that, when sent to the printer, is merged with a format file to print a label.
A collection of data records. The collection may be of paper records or of electronic records that are arrayed in some way.
A data file is a computer file which stores data for use by a computer application or system. It generally does not refer to files that contain instructions or code to be executed (typically called program files), or to files which define the operation or structure of an application or system (which include configuration files, directory files, etc.); but specifically to information used as input, and/or written as output by some other software program.