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What do you call the data sets you use for analysis?

A former member
Post #: 5
Good afternoon all,

I'm learning more about data modeling, and I'm trying to find out if there is a jargon term that analysts use for their data sets. I've seen terms like "structured data" and "unstructured data" used to generally define data, however I'm wondering if there's a specific term for the data sets themselves.

What do you call your datasets that are ready for your analysis?

Thanks!

- Robert
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