- n. Plural form of datum.
“I will continue to pour my efforts into un-masking further datums from the ruins of the old of course.”
“Then I wondered if anyone else had ever said 'datums'.”
“On 'data are', I decided just now that's probably ungrammatical for me, not just over-formal, and if I had to talk about individual datums I'd actually say 'datums'.”
“Several map datums were erroneous, which threw the hikers off-track.”
“It turns up a lot of Google hits, but most of them seem to be dictionary definitions, particularly for what appears to be a specialized sense in the field of geology (with the plural datums).”
“There are some who claim that sin and karma are datums that one accepts as part of a religious package, and thus mutually exclusive.”
“Assume further, just for the purpose of being extreme w.r.t. “missing data”, that no two datums are from the same location.”
“Element Mi,j contains all datums, if any,ÂÂfor dates i and j, with i preceding j.”
“ÂÂAssume that the only data we have is a collection of “datums”, where each datum contains (a) a pair of dates, (b) the “temperature”ÂÂmeasured on each of those two dates, and (c) the location (station) making those two measurements.”
“Instead of infoboxes and templates for tabulated datums, as Wikipedia uses, Tinfinger will focus purely on the sentence as the primary method of communication.”
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