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A collection of data files that are organized in a specified manner, and used in analysis of trials

databasen : an organized body of related information   similar words(20) 

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Noun1. an organized body of related information (hypernym) information, info (hyponym) list, listing

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1. one or more large structured sets of persistent data, usually associated with software to update and query the data. A simple database might be a single file containing many records, each of which contains the same set of fields where each field is a certain fixed width.A database is one component of a database management system.See also ANSI/SPARC Architecture, atomic, blob, data definition language, deductive database, distributed database, fourth generation language, functional database, object-oriented database, relational database.Carol E. Brown's tutorial.2. A collection of nodes managed and stored in one place and all accessible via the same server. Links outside this are "external", and those inside are "internal".On the World-Wide Web this is called a web site.3. all the facts and rules comprising a logic programming program.(2002-02-09)

A collection of Data organised & designed for easy access. A collection of customer names & addresses may form the content of a database.

databaseA set of data related to a particular topic or purpose. A database contains tables and can also contain queries and table relationships, as well as table and column validation criteria.

A collection of information, tables, and other objects organized and presented to serve a specific purpose, such as searching, sorting, and recombining data. databases are stored in files.

A collection of data files and the programs used to administer and organize them. examples of database systems include: Access, Oracle, SQL, Paradox, dBase, etc.

A collection of data records.On web databases,records may consist of web pages,or graphics,or audio files,or newspaper files,or books,or movies,or prees releases,or almost anything from very general to very specific areas of interest.Database records are usually indexed and come with a search interface to find records of interest.

A database is a means of storing organized data. It is the way most companies store information about their employees, their products, and financial information. databases are now also used in nearly all e-commerce sites to store product inventory, customer information, sales data, etc. database software, such as microsoft Access, FileMaker, and MySQL is designed to help companies and individuals organize large amounts of information in such a way where the data can be easily searched, sorted, and updated. while the first databases were relatively "flat" (limited to simple rows and columns), today's relational databases allow users to access, update, and sort data in a numerous ways. certain databases even let users store all kinds of data, such as sound clips, pictures, and videos.

A computer file or system of data organized in records and fields for fast retrieval and ease of updating.  for an overview of network database trends see http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/260wp/260wp.htm . also see DTP , GainMomentum , JDBC , Middleware , Relational database management , SAP , Resource description Framework , and 4GL database Languages . key database system and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system web sites for large-scale systems are listed below: Baan at http://www5.baan.com/cgi-bin/bvisapi.dll Cars at http://www.carsinfo.com / DATATEL at http://www.datatel.com/ IBM DB 2 at http://www.software.ibm.com/data/db2/ Informix at http://www.informix.com/informix/products/ JD edwards enterprise Software http://www.jdedwards.com/ Microsoft sql server at http://www.microsoft.com/sql/default.htm Netscape enterprise server at http://merchant.netscape.com/netstore/servers/enterprise.html Oracle at http://www.oracle.com/index_4.html PeopleSoft at http://www.peoplesoft.c SCT at http://www.sctcorp.com/education.htm SAP at http://www.sap.com/ Some of the above systems are stronger on personnel  management utilities and weaker on database technologies.  others are stronger on database technologies and weaker on personnel management.  In all cases, installation of a system is no piece of cake.   In some cases it can take years and millions of dollars to get a system in place.   but in those instances these larger systems are the only feasible alternatives. More...

A collection of information stored oftentimes in a computerized format. Examples: library catalogs, search engines, financial data, etc.

a collection of related information

A facility for storing information in a structured way. information in databases is stored in separate fields and can be searched manipulated and accessed. the linking of web sites to databases is an important feature of e-commerce.

information that is normally structured and indexed for user access and review. databases may exist in the form of physical files (folders, documents, etc.) or formatted automated data processing system data files. (JP 2-0)  

A computer database is a structured collection of records or data that is stored in a computer system so that a computer program or person using a query language can consult it to answer queries. the records retrieved in answer to queries are information that can be used to make decisions. the computer program used to manage and query a database is known as a database management system (DBMS). the properties and design of database systems are included in the study of information science.

information arranged in such a way that it can be stored in, and processed by, a computer. See Database Marketing.

An organized, integrated collection of data stored so as to be capable of use by relevant applications with data being accessed by different logical paths. In theory the data is application independent. Chidley et al. (1993).

1. A set of data that is required for a specific purpose or is fundamental to a system, project, enterprise, or business. (188 ) Note: A database may consist of one or more data banks and be geographically distributed among several repositories. 2. A formally structured collection of data. Note: In automated information systems, the database is manipulated using a database management system.

A file created by a database manager that contains a collection of information organized into records, each of which contains labeled categories (called fields).

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