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dataset

[dā′təset]
a collection of similar and related data for processing by computer.

dataset

A collection of structured data in a single file.
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hk portal can be a handy reference for you to visualise multiple datasets on a map.
Colianni called it a "simple script to scrape Tinder profile photos for the purpose of creating a facial dataset," and said that Tinder offered "near unlimited access to create a facial dataset" and is an efficient way for mining data.
There is only one Level-IA dataset containing GMI unpacked packet data or raw data.
Each dataset has its own web page with extensive metadata including access notes (publicly available or members only), study variables, links to download the data files, study description, funding information, and export information.
In this section, the experiment is performed to evaluate the proposed CLBP on NUAA dataset [5].
a) Reduction of the number of points in the LiDAR dataset (Light Detection and Ranging) in particular in ALS dataset (Airborne Laser Scanning), presented by e.
Any relevant permissions should be clearly indicated next to the dataset.
The auditor can go to the BPD website and begin the benchmarking process by selecting a dataset that includes all office buildings in the state of Washington, and then selectively refine the dataset based on building characteristics and available data.
It is considered more appropriate for small dataset because it needs less training data.
The new dataset follows the August release of an initial dataset offering, a 136.
In these cases, confidentiality of the entire dataset would be compromised.
Criteo is able to provide the independent research community with the largest dataset ever released by an organisation thanks to its massive reach, direct relationships with publishers and advertisers, and high consumer engagement with the performance-focused advertisements it powers.