Data that exists in a table or database format.
Data (usually attribute) organized into logical tables. Tables contain items and records or rows and columns.
Descriptive information that is stored in rows and columns and can be linked to map features.
Data maintained in a tabular form, that is, organized into rows and columns in which each column represents a kind of information and each row represents an instance of information. A telephone book can be thought of as tabular data, one column contains a name, another an address, and a third a phone number. Each row contains information of the appropriate type about a particular instance, in this case a telephone customer.
numerical values presented under column headings or in a matrix format of labeled rows and columns.
Data that is stored and manipulated in a digital table, such as a spreadsheet or database.
data in a row and column format.
Related Topics: [ gis] Information which is not specific to a particular location or "point". Typically, such information expands upon the definition of characteristics of a set of GIS elements. For example, a data table would be used to define properties for all geo-referenced elements tagged by a specific name, e.g. all Brookston silt loam elements would obtain their numerical values for infiltration from a soils data table that might also define its chemical properties (and those same properties for all other soil types present in the soils spatial data layer).