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Data[recensere | fontem recensere]

Data est indicium saepe referente in informatica et late patet in variis aliis disciplinis(Psychologia, Biologia, etc). Etiam data dicatur esse repraesentatio symbolicis numeris, abecedaris, algorythmis, etc. Ratione semantica, non valorem habet sine procediendo (quo informatio fiat vel appellatur posterior). Verba non solum late patet in Anglice sed in variis linguis in formis mutatis(Hispanice:Dato, Germanice: Daten, etc), orior latine verba "dare" abhinc in Anglice inlata circa anno 1640[1]. In Anglice primum, plurale refert, cuius forma singula erat 'datum' consuetudine Latine. Adhunc hodie, data non solum pluralis sed singulis etiam, est. Nam 'datum' in Anglice uti singulare, non alieno est. In sensu informatica, data est elementa vel indicium quod procissendum/procediendi./ procediendum /subiciendum. Enim, Anglice, et variis linguis, (Hispanice, dato; Germanice, daten, etc.) saepe data est indicium crudum et paene non intellectibilis intelligibile et procedere subiciendum est. Processa subiecta, consuetudine intellectibilis intelligibile humanis et vocatur informatio vel 'indicium intellectibilis' (Anglice, information; Hispanice, información, etc) quod in usu est variis linguis in derivationis suorum. Paene informatio est indicium legendi(enim, non solum ab humanis) (et data iam processa). E.g., dicimus "Informatio ex DNA legetur ut plures cellulares creat". Autem de data, dicimus "Non data habemus cumquo laborandum, ut depascat machinam". Quippe etiam,in contrario, data in sensu intellectibilis et informatio in sensu non intellectibilis crudoque late patent. Vocabulum data, saepe permutata adhibentur cum vocabulo 'informatione', scientia vel gnaritas in concepta. Vehementer omnes tres differunt in gradu abstractionis vel procedendo. Data est gradum humilis. Sequitur et alterior est informatio. Tandem est scientia, altissima. The terms data, information and knowledge are frequently used for overlapping concepts. The main difference is in the level of abstraction being considered. Data is the lowest level of abstraction, information is the next level, and finally, knowledge is the highest level among all three.

Termini notitia, notitia et scientia saepe pro overlapping conceptus. Maxima est differentia in numero abstractionis gradus. Data est infimum abstrahere nonummy sit amet, postremo in omnibus est scientia summis

Verbae data, informatio et scientia Origin: 1640?50; < Latin: a thing given, neuter past participle of dare to give

Amabo te utiaris si vellis, in forma plurale, sicut aere, sucre, aqua ubi paene semper in plurale sint, non solum latine sed Anglice et variis linguis.

Usage note

Data is a plural of datum, which is originally a Latin noun meaning “something given.” Today, data is used in English both as a plural noun meaning “facts or pieces of information” ( These data are described more fully elsewhere ) and as a singular mass noun meaning “information”.e.g." Not much data is available on flood control in Brazil." It is almost always treated as a plural in scientific and academic writing. In other types of writing it is either singular or plural. Please leave this as plural in form, like sugar, rice, water. In Latin, these type of words are not distinguished whether plural or not.

  1. {{cite web|title=Anglice, sitio dictionary, inveniente 'data'|url=http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/data?s=t%7Cdata accessed=March