A Highlander Dataset - also known as a hypercube - is a summary measure arrayed by a collection of dimensions. The most common summary measure is the count of records falling in a cell, based on the dimensions defining the cell. Multi-dimensional databases typically contain many datasets.
A homogeneous collection of data records managed as a single entity.
A collection of data over time.
a collection of articles, which in turn are collections of pages
a collection of data tables maintained in server memory
a collection of data used to create a question (such as a calculated question), where it is inserted in place of a variable within the question
a collection of DLG-E data within a geographic area
This term is equivalent to Data object (not a Collection).
a collection of information stored on the computer; dataset is the same as "file."
A dataset is a collection of all records related for a certain region (country, state, area) or industry. On this website, records are sorted into datesets based on its region (country) and nature (business or residence? General business or Manufacturers only?). Records in one dataset are usually: a) in same data structure b) of the same list of fields c) in the same format
A collection of one or more files with a common format; for example, one dataset may contain image data, while another dataset may contain point data.
A logical grouping or collection of related data surveyed/measured/sampled/collated on a specific environmental topic.
A dataset is any organised collection of data or information that has a common theme. A dataset might be a list of objects, a digital map, records of geological borehole samples, a collection of photographs at a certain location or of a certain subject, a database comprising records of pollution sites, a scientific report, a listing of results from a school project. ( www.IndexGeo.com.au)
A collection of data covering a particular geographic area for a particular time period. Usually stored and accessed as a unit for processing with data models.
Values collected through record keeping or by polling, observing, or measuring, typically organized for analysis or decision making. More simply, data is facts, transactions and figures.