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Textbook Problem

Use examples to compare and contrast unstructured and structured data. Which type is more prevalent in a typical business environment?

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Unstructured Data:

Unstructured data is the information or data that doesn’t have any meaning or logic. It results in ambiguity which is very difficult to understand and implement. The data is not well-defined which makes it complex to store in the metadata repository.

Structured Data:

The conversion of the unstructured data to well-defined information with structured format is known as structured data. The structured data is stored in a database repository with organized format.

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Comparison of Unstructured and Structured Data:

Unstructured Data Structured Data
Unstructured data is the data or information which doesn’t possess well-structure format or meaning. Structured data is the information that has defined meaning or logic.
The unstructured data is difficult to understand and implement. The structured data has meaningful data which is easy to understand and manage...

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