- n. alternative spelling of data set.
“This dataset is available to managers, to conservation groups or even to individuals who want to know what sorts of animals live near them in the ocean.”
“We assemble a rich dataset from the largest and most comprehensive online male sex worker website to estimate the effect of information on pricing.”
“Since the dataset is so small, I compiled it myself by looking at the wikipedia pages and nobel autobiographies of the winners.”
“If the dataset is big enough, it also can't be opened in any old spreadsheet software.”
“To answer this question, over the past year we have gathered what we believe to be the largest dataset from a social bookmarking site yet analyzed by academic researchers.”
“To have your data skewed by a factor of 130: 1 for 2 sites in the top. 001% of your dataset is beyond laughable.”
“So, with Flickr in mind, contacts (and sometimes people you don't know) are little periwinkle snails ... moving through all your sewage, and cleaning, cleaning, cleaning, until your dataset is more useful than just a big old dump (of photos).”
“The NACRS dataset is coded using ICD-10 codes, so we identified assault injuries by an entry in the range between X85-Y09 inclusive.”
“The shorter dataset is simply being used to provide a means of spatially interpolating the long-term dataset in a 'smart' way.”
“This relationship is adding to a long-term dataset, critical to understanding the effects of climate change on river basins.”
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