In the 21st century, data is, literally, everywhere. It's generated every time you buy groceries, surf the Web, or even just drive down the street. Nearly everything you do creates data. That data you create gets used to give you coupons on new products, suggest a Web page, or how to bypass traffic. You, as an individual, create tons of data with every card swipe, button push, or browser click. All that data is the foundation of what many refer to as "big data." ...
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