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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Atif Aziz tagged database

“When two or more SAS datasets are combined by means of a SET statement and an accompanying BY statement, they are said to be interleaved. It is also possible tto interleave a dataset with itself, and that technique is useful in solving a fairly common type of problem.”

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“… there is no Redis feature that is as misunderstood as its persistence. In this blog post I'll do an effort to be truly impartial: no advertising of Redis, no attempt to skip the details that may put Redis in a bad light. All I want is simply to provide a clear, understandable picture of how Redis persistence works, how much reliable is, and how it compares to other database systems.”

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“OpenTSDB is a distributed, scalable Time Series Database (TSDB) written on top of HBase. OpenTSDB was written to address a common need: store, index and serve metrics collected from computer systems (network gear, operating systems, applications) at a large scale, and make this data easily accessible and graphable.”

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“Time Series in Finance: the array database approach. What are time series as used in business and finance? What do typical systems (FAME, S-PLUS, SAS, KSQL) do to support them? What are the relevant strengths of each system? Is there an ideal time-series language? Which research in temporal data mining might help finance?”

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“The Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) is an advanced indexed and sequential access method (ISAM) storage technology. ESE enables applications to store and retrieve data from tables using indexed or sequential cursor navigation. It supports denormalized schemas including wide tables with numerous sparse columns, multi-valued columns, and sparse and rich indexes. ESE is for use in applications that require fast and/or light structured data storage, where raw file access or the registry does not support the application's indexing or data size requirements. It is used by applications that never store more than 1 megabyte of data, and has been used in applications with databases in extreme cases in excess of 1 terabyte, and commonly over 50 gigabytes. Extensible Storage Engine is a Windows component that was introduced in Windows 2000.”

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“This is the first in a series of articles detailing the syntax, patterns, and use cases for MongoDB’s aggregation functions: (1) Counting and Grouping (2) Grouping Elaborated (3) Map-reduce Basics”

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VistaDB 3.3 is a full-managed, cross-platform database engine that developers can embedded in ASP.NET, WinForms database applications for desktops, mobile devices and web servers.

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