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data set

A cluster of information for a particular disease, intervention, monitoring activity or other, which is required in many areas of UK practice for maintaining statistics, ensuring data capture for patient management, good clinical governance and so on.

Examples, data sets
Morbidity recording, resource utilisation, inpatient and day case, geriatrics, cancer, cardiac surgery, surgical waiting lists, A&E waiting times, renal replacement therapy usage.
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The net effect is that an application can identify an appropriate data set and then read or write from that data regardless of its location on the network and the type of storage system in which it is stored.
Also a lot of these data sets are not like price data from Bloomberg.
For each data set, we find the viewpoint for the iRadviz based on the three quality measurements presented in the Section 4.
HetRec 2011 data set: The 2nd International Workshop on Information Heterogeneity and Fusion in Recommender Systems HetRec 2011 [32], has released data sets from Delicious, Last.
According to Schafer and Graham (2002), rather than completely removing individuals or units from the analysis, it would be more proper to perform analysis over completed data sets by imputing values to missing observations using information obtained from the units with missing data.
This definition implies that the UF applied to the SNCD will depend on the extra risk associated with the SNCD and is thus specific to the data set being analyzed.
Twenty-five years ago, ILI (In-Line Inspection) tools were able to collect single data sets limited to specific purposes.
Note that these raw black-white gaps, while sizable, are substantially smaller than those observed in earlier data sets for children of the same age.
In total, 50 data sets were generated and submitted to the software under test.
Finally, when a data set consists of assigned numbers, such as a series of internally generated invoice numbers, the data will not follow a Benford distribution.
In the Metro Atlanta data set, among children with trisomy 13 the median duration of survival was 7 days, with 30.
PDT 3d provides a means of viewing an area or object of interest within a 3D data set that is "occluded" or blocked from view by the objects visible in front of it.