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Computer-Readable Databases

Kathleen Young Marcaccio

Computer-Readable Databases

A Directory and Data Sourcebook, 1993

by Kathleen Young Marcaccio

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Published by Gale Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Database Directories,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11318967M
    ISBN 100810376695
    ISBN 109780810376694

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Earlier editions issued in loose-leaf form ()--as Computer-readable bibliographic data bases. Computer-Readable Databases book DATABASES, ELECTRONICElectronic databases are organized collections of data, or information, that are stored in computer-readable form.

In general, electronic databases are of two types: those that can be accessed by large mainframe computers and those that can be accessed by small personal computers. However, this distinction is becoming less important as small (in physical size) computers.

Make Offer - Databases Illuminated by Ricardo, Catherine M.|Urban, Susan D. (Hardcover) Database Systems: The Complete Book (2nd Edition) - Hardcover - VERY GOOD $ 2. "Computer-Readable Databases; a Directory and Data Source Book." This book has been published regularly since it was initiated by Professor M.

Williams of the University of Illinois in A new edition is issued every three years. Book notices Book notices Book reviews In Computer-Readable Databases book, then, an interesting book with a somewhat misleading title whose general points remain valid even though much of the statistical data is by now rather long in the tooth.

l.A. Large Graduate School of Library & Information Studies, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Book notices Computer-readable databases: a. Notes the proliferation of online databases in the last two decades and suggests publications which can help librarians to make decisions about choosing a database.

Discussion of information in the book "Directory of Online Databases," by Carlos Cuadra and "Computer-Readable Databases: A Directory and Data Sourcebook," with a preface by Martha E.

Williams; Mention of the most popular databases Cited by: 2. Kent Spriggs' Book. Representing Plaintiffs in Title VII Actions is a two-volume work which was first published in It is now in its second edition and is updated annually.

Kent wrote the updates through It is unique in that it is written solely from the employee's perspective. IUPAC pKa Compilations Converted to Substructure Searchable Databases. pKa data in book f orm into computer-readable and. pKa Databases created by conversion of the.

Most of the databases on the market are generally computer-readable versions of a newspaper, a reference journal, a book or lexicon.

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In the s, configurable flat-file database computer applications were popular on the IBM PC and the Macintosh. These programs were designed to make it easy for individuals to design and use their own databases, and were almost on par with word processors and spreadsheets in popularity.

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Search in: WorldCat (the OCLC Union Catalog) which includes catalog records from o libraries worldwide but largely U.S. Includes books, periodicals, archives and manuscripts, maps, videotapes, computer readable files, etc.

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Prior to that, she was director of the chemistry laboratory at SRI International, where she supervised research in advanced materials, atmospheric chemistry, computational chemistry, and atomic, molecular, and optical physics and. These pKa databases represent the extremely careful conversion of IUPAC's extensive compilations of experimental pKa values of organic acids and bases (in aqueous solution) from book form into fully curated computer-readable data, searchable by substructure.

Includes pKA. Modern technology has propelled us into the information age, making it possible to generate and record vast quantities of new data. 1 Advances in computing and communications technologies and the development of digital networks have revolutionized the manner in which data are stored, communicated, and manipulated.

Databases, and uses to which they can be put, have become increasingly valuable. Functions of databases: Functions of databases Make biological data available to scientists To make biological data available in computer-readable form Availability of a particular type of information in one single place (book, site, database) Published data - difficult to find or access Collecting data from the literature is very time-consuming Not all data is actually published explicitly in.

Since analysis of biological data almost always involves computers, having the data in computer-readable form (rather than printed on paper) is a necessary first step. One of the first biological sequence databases was probably the book "Atlas of Protein Sequences and Structures" by Margaret Dayhoff and colleagues, first published in were also made available as computer readable databases on magnetic tapes and/or CD-ROM.

Several organizations had started subscribing them on magnetic media to organize local IS & R services. By the mid ™s, several organizations including National.

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It is an electronic dictionary and lexical database. A machine-readable dictionary is a dictionary in an electronic form that can be loaded in a database Other: List of lexicographers, List of online dictionaries.PII That Is Sensitive In Certain Contexts. Context matters.

PII that might not include the data elements identified in may still be sensitive and require special handling if it could cause substantialFile Size: 1MB.Category: Databases; Page: ; View: ; DOWNLOAD NOW» This is a guide to computer-readable databases available online, in CD-ROM format, or in other magnetic formats.

Details include database descriptions, costs, and whom to contact for purchase. The material is indexed alphabetically, and by subject, vendor, and producer.