Big Data
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Big data is an overused, often misunderstood term. Big data refers to data sets that are ‘big’ – i.e. have multiple variables and sub-variables and have a huge number of data points. A big data set is almost impossible to understand by a human mind without the aid of an external computing device. Key issues with big data are with respect to data organization, relational hierarchies between variables, and the overall quantum of data, etc. Some examples of big data-sets are bird statistics related to sightings, consumer shopping patterns, traffic movement patterns, etc. Let's explore further...

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