What Are The Examples Of Data?


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Nouman Umar Profile
Nouman Umar answered
Data could be any thing any number, word or any character. This is also called raw data when this data is used to present in a specific way in order to describe the qualities of any thing it is called the systematic data. The data could be the number of people living in a society it is called the data of the people of a certain society so this is called the finished data which is more meaningful as compared to the raw data. The raw data is used for further processing. Any thing which is combination of the words is called the data. There are different kinds of the data which are available for the people and they use it for the different purposes.

So the data serves the different purpose sometime the data is used for the research of the specific company or it may be used as the input for the research and development. Any thing whether it is number, letter, and figures can be the form of the data. The data is used for the various purposes. Data is collected for different purposes it may be for the research as a input for any company. It is the broad term which is used for different purposes.
Zain Aamir Profile
Zain Aamir answered
Data is the information about a task or a process. There are different types of data:
1. A set of names and addresses written out on to forms ready for typing.
2. A word-processed letter stored on a floppy disk. It is stored as a set of binary codes.
3. A telephone conversation converted to electrical signals to be sent down the wires.
4. A song written as sheet music so that it can be played.
5. A date encoded as a six digit number- two digits each for the date, month and the year.

IT (Information Technology) is all types of equipments and programs that are used in the process of information. The term 'information technology' is also used to refer to the uses of this technology. The main types of use involved are:
1. Communication of Information. Here the technology used includes word processors and terminals.
2. General information processing using computers. The uses range from printing pay slips on large computers to using spread sheets on microcomputers.

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