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  • noun Plural form of dataset.

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Examples

  • A lot more digging within datasets is required to get to the breakdown of those numbers that are specifically A8 (the 8 EU countries joining the EU since 2004).

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  • Again, most of the discussion was about how to facilitate access to these data sets, how to keep the user interface as simple as possible, and the need for instant access – e.g. grabbing datasets from a server while travelling to a conference, without having to have all the tools and data loaded on a large disk first.

    Liveblogging the AGU – part 2 | Serendipity

  • Again, most of the discussion was about how to facilitate access to these data sets, how to keep the user interface as simple as possible, and the need for instant access – e.g. grabbing datasets from a server while travelling to a conference, without having to have all the tools and data loaded on a large disk first.

    2009 May | Serendipity

  • Again, most of the discussion was about how to facilitate access to these data sets, how to keep the user interface as simple as possible, and the need for instant access – e.g. grabbing datasets from a server while travelling to a conference, without having to have all the tools and data loaded on a large disk first.

    2009 May 27 | Serendipity

  • A content application programming interface (API) will smooth the way for web developers to build applications and services using Guardian content, while a Data Store will contain datasets curated by Guardian editors and open for others to use.

    Guardian (UK) launches Open Platform tool to make online content available free

  • Few long-term datasets of water vapor concentrations are available, but previous studies of existing observations have suggested that stratospheric water vapor has been increasing [31].

    Future changes in ozone in the Arctic

  • Researchers are not always aware of these issues, perhaps because these problems are much, much, more prevalent in long-term datasets than they are in short-term studies.

    Phil Jones and the Dutiful Comrades « Climate Audit

  • Print Volunteers 'vital to science data collection' Science and environment reporter, BBC News Organisations like Earthwatch provide opportunities for people to join research projects all over the world Volunteers play a vital role in ensuring that a range of valuable long-term datasets continue to survive, a team of scientists will say.

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  • Dr Jim Gleason, the NPP project scientist at Nasa's Goddard Space Flight Center, commented: "NPP's observations will produce long-term datasets which will help scientists make better models, which then lead to better predictions, which hopefully can be used to make better decisions."

    BBC News - Home

  • Two long-term datasets were used as sources of data for this study, the National

    Ars Technica

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