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  1. Global Sourcebook of Address Data Management: A Guide to Address Formats and Data in 194 Countries by Graham R. Rhind, 1999-01
  2. Exchanging Bibliographic Data: Marc and Other International Formats by Ellen Gredley, Alan Hopkinson, 1990-11
  3. ASTM Monograph 4 Investigation and Interpretation of Black Box Data in Automobiles: A Guide to the Concepts and Formats of Computer Data in Vehicle Sa ... Society for Testing and Materials), 4.) by William Rosenbluth, 2001-06-01
  4. Usmarc Format for Bibliographic Data: Including Guidelines for Content Designation by Ruth S. Freitag, 1994-12
  5. Data Processing Manager's Model Reports and Formats by Ralph L. Kliem, Irwin S. Ludin, 1992-01
  6. Ims/Vs Data Communications Programming Using Message Format Service by Ziep N. Vuong, 1990-03
  7. Introduction to Data Technologies (Chapman & Hall/CRC Computer Science & Data Analysis) by Paul Murrell, 2009-02-23
  8. Making Lean Six Sigma Data Sets Minitab Friendly or The Best Way to Format Data for Statistical Analysis by David Rasmusson, Cynthia Butler, 2009-02-02
  9. Open Source Format Publishing of Scientific Data (OSF) by Fernandez Dell'Oca Alberto, 2003-07-16
  10. ISO 6983-1:1982, Numerical control of machines - Program format and definition of address words - Part 1 : Data format for positioning, line motion and contouring control systems by ISO TC 184/SC 1, 2007-08-23
  11. Debugging Data Formats: Leb128, Dwarf, Program Database, Map, Stabs
  12. ISO 7168-2:1999, Air quality -- Exchange of data -- Part 2: Condensed data format by ISO TC 146/SC 4/WG 8, 2007-08-23
  13. IEC 62258-2 Ed. 1.0 en:2005, Semiconductor die products - Part 2: Exchange data formats by IEC TC/SC 47, 2007-08-19
  14. Data format 'Offspring' sprung.(Around The World / Design)(Offspring data transfer format being evaluated): An article from: Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture by Mike Buetow, 2003-10-01

1. Data Formats
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2. Data Formats - GeneSetEnrichmentAnalysisWiki
GSEA Home Downloads Molecular Signatures Database Documentation Contact. Each GSEA supported file is an ASCII text file with a specific format, as described below.

3. Data Formats
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4. CLDR - Data Formats
UTS 35 Locale Data Markup Language (LDML). Related Links CLDR Data Formats . This page has been superseded; for more information, see CLDR Survey Tool.
Common Locale Data Repository Home Site Map Search Unicode CLDR CLDR Project CLDR Releases (Downloads) CLDR Survey Tool CLDR Bug Reports ... UTS #35: Locale Data Markup Language (LDML) Related Links Join the Unicode Consortium Unicode Technical Reports Technical Reports Development and Maintenance Process Unicode Technical Committee ... Versions of the Unicode Standard Other Publications The Unicode Standard Unicode Technical Notes
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5. Dictionary Definitions For Words In The Data Formats Category
Demo Google Site Search Virtual Event Master Essential Techniques for Leveraging the Cloud Article Explore Application Lifecycle Management Tools in Visual Studio 2010

6. API:Data Formats - MediaWiki
Jan 23, 2010 Unless specified, all modules allow data output in all generic formats. To simplify debugging, all generic formats have prettyprint in
API:Data formats
From Jump to: navigation search This page is part of the MediaWiki API documentation. Language: English Deutsch Español Français MediaWiki API ... FAQ Formats Error reporting Restricting usage Authentication Queries
  • Meta information ... Parameter information Changing wiki content
    edit Input
    The API takes its input through parameters in the query string. Every module (and every action=query submodule) has its own set of parameters, which is listed in the documentation and in action=help , and can be retrieved through action=paraminfo
    edit Multivalue parameters
    Some parameters take multiple values, separated by a pipe character ( ). Whether a parameter accepts multiple values is listed explicitly in action=paraminfo and action=help . The documentation does not distinguish multivalue parameters explicitly, but the descriptions for these parameters are usually along the lines of "A list of ..." or "A pipe-separated list of ...".
    edit Timestamps
    Parameters that take timestamp values accept multiple timestamp formats:
    • ISO 8601 format: MediaWiki's internal timestamp format: MySQL's internal timestamp format UNIX timestamp format (number of seconds since January 1, 1970)

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8. PATENTSCOPE Search Service - Data Formats
This page is being phased out of production, but will remain available during the transition to our new system. Please try the new PATENTSCOPE International and National

9. Data Formats
Data Formats A set of specifications that defines the way different types of data should be stored in computer systems for use by applications or the end user. This category is
Data Formats
A set of specifications that defines the way different types of data should be stored in computer systems for use by applications or the end user. This category is mainly for technical specifications of data formats. Although it tries to also be helpful and help you find relevant software for and examples of these data formats.
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10. Data Formats - GRASS-Wiki
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11. Drx: Extensible Markup Language [Computers: Data Formats: Markup Languages: XML]
XML is a generalpurpose (or meta) language for creating other markup languages and expressing data. It has no pre-defined elements of its own,
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The Extensible Markup Language is a general-purpose (or meta) language for describing data or for creating other markup languages. XHTML SGML (also a meta-language), from which HTML was formulated. In addition to its use as a method of describing structured documents, XML is also designed for distributing data across a network such as the Internet. Popular languages already in use based on XML include RSS RDF SVG and MathML XML can also be used to transform documents from one format into another, such as converting data in a XML source file into XHTML using XSLT . This is similar in concept to how CSS is used to apply presentational styles to HTML or XHTML documents. Updated Wednesday, October 29th, 2008 @ 1:53 AM EDT Data Formats: Markup Languages: XML
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12. Data Format - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Data format in information technology can refer to either one of Data type, constraint placed upon the interpretation of data in a type system
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Data format in information technology can refer to either one of:

13. RDF Architecture - W3C Note
NOTErdfarch W3C Data Formats W3C NOTE 29-October-1997 This document http// Author Tim Berners-Lee, W3C and the W3C team.
W3C Data Formats
W3C NOTE 29-October-1997
This document: Author: Tim Berners-Lee and the W3C team.
Status of This Document
This document is a response to a frequently asked question about the relationship between the various specifications for data formats. It is a simple explanation rather than a technical document. It will not be updated with time, carries no endorsement as an official specification itself. Please see the linked parts of the W3C web for details and the current status of developments at any time.
XML is becoming increasingly adopted as a common syntax for expressing structure in data. Now the resource Description Framework (RDF), a layer on top of XML, provides a common basis for expressing semantics. Applications which allow programs to combine data logically will be built using RDF (and therefor XML) and this will enhance the modularity and extensibility of the Web. This is essential to its rapid future growth, multiplying together the strengths of new, independently developed, applications.
Data Format Architecture
This note gives an overview of some of the W3C data format specifications, and the relationships between them.

14. Describing Data Format Instances Using The Bitstream Segment Graph (BSG)
of Data Formats. In Proceedings of The Fifth International......Michael Hartle, Arsene Botchak, Daniel Schumann, Max M hlh user A Logicbased Approach to the Formal
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Describing Data Format Instances using the Bitstream Segment Graph (BSG)
Storage and exchange of digital information strongly depends on the data format that defines the syntax and semantics of format-compliant data. Loosing applicable data format knowledge can render digital information inaccessible:
  • The current practice of human-readable format specification depends on human labour to both understand the specification and apply it to a specific problem correctly - a significant problem, given the tremendous complexity of some state-of-the-art data formats. An application can automate the format-compliant processing of data, but it is typically procedural and tightly bound to a specific technological environment and thus slowly becomes obsolete due to rapid technological change.
If we could delegate the problem of identifying the composition of data according to some arbitrary data format to machines, this would solve aspects of these problems - yet

15. Data Formats
Standards are good , lets have lots of them. Anon. Alphabetical list of 3D API specifications and data formats

16. Data Formats And Codes
/General/NODCdatafmts.html Below is a table of the principal NODC data storage (or data output) formats and codes.
NODC All of NOAA You are here: NODC Home Access Data Ocean Data
Below is a table of the principal NODC data storage (or data output) formats and codes. Some may be quite old, but are listed here because they can still be obtained in these formats. This list covers only data stored in the NODC archive databases; it does not include formats for all NODC data collections on CD-ROM, DVD, or other various online projects. CD-ROM/DVD datasets and online projects are described in documentation files included with each data product.
NODC Code lookup utilities (tools)
- Country, Institution, Platform (Ships), Project, Person, Seaname. These codes are used throughout NODC's various formats and data bases. Also, text lists are available using the following links:

17. Graphics And Data Analysis - Formats
graph sys tool lib analyze format. Mostly Data Formats and Storage These are software packages for the storage and retrieval of data in standard formats.


Mostly Data Formats and Storage
These are software packages for the storage and retrieval of data in standard formats. The software usually takes the form of a library of subroutines which are used either by another package, e.g. Matlab Ferret , etc., or in a separate (usually Fortran or C) program created by the user to retrieve or store some type of data. I've listed the most common ones used in the geosciences (at least as far as I know) below along with a final link to even more such packages. It may seem a bit strange to have so many choices for a "standard" data format, but as you'll find out when delving into them a bit more deeply, there's the beginnings of some sort of consolidation (at least amongst the netCDF, HDF, and CDF packages listed) so eventually we might have one (or at least very few) standard formats with which to work. Last updated and checked on Mar. 23, 2004, just a few short years since the last update on Mar. 15, 1996.
The Climate Data Management System is an object-oriented data management system, specialized for organizing multidimensional, gridded data used in climate analysis and simulation. Data can be obtained from files in any of the self-describing formats netCDF, HDF, GrADS/GRIB or PCMDI DRS. The Climate Data Markup Language (CDML) is the markup language used to represent data in CDMS. It is based on the XML standard. CDML is an XML dialect geared toward the representation of gridded climate datasets.

18. Data Formats
Here s a sample QIF (Quicken Interchange Format) file for reference purposes (Parenthesized Text) at the ends of lines represents a running commentary.
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12. Data Formats
12.1. Sample QIF file
!Type:Bank (Header line) D6/12/95 (Date of 1st transaction) T-1,000.00 (Amount of 1st transaction) N***** (Check number) PFranks Plumbing (Payee) AFranks Plumbing (Address 1st line) A2567 Fresno Street (Address 2nd line) ASanta Barbara, CA 90111 Address (3rd line) LHome Maint (Category/Transfer/Class) ^ (End of 1st transaction) D6/15/95 (Date 2nd transaction) T-75.46 (Amount 2nd transaction) CX (Status in Cleared column) N256 (Number) PWalts Drugs (Payee) LSupplies (Category/class) SSupplies (First category in split) EOffice supplies (First memo in split) $-36.00 (First amount in split) SGarden (Second memo in split) $-39.46 (Second amount in split) ^ (Ends 2nd transaction) Further details on the structure:
  • At the start of each "account register," one of the following identifiers is used to identify the account "type:"
    • !Type:Bank !Type:Invst !Type:Cash

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20. File Format - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
A file format is a particular way that information is encoded for storage in
File format
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Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate (October 2008) A file format is a particular way that information is encoded for storage in a computer file Since a disk drive , or indeed any computer storage , can store only bits , the computer must have some way of converting information to 0s and 1s and vice-versa. There are different kinds of formats for different kinds of information. Within any format type, e.g., word processor documents, there will typically be several different formats. Sometimes these formats compete with each other. File formats are divided into proprietary and open formats

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