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MODULE 4 - MODULE 5 - MODULE 6
Few people grew up with databases and few know when or how to use them.
What is the difference between a database, a dataset and a spreadsheet?
By the end of these activities, you should be able to tell the difference. You should also know when to use each.
The most important point about databases is their help to us in answering questions. We use databases to collect numbers and other information. Then we sort them, "crunch" them and interpret them.
Participants will be able to . . .
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