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  • Structured vs Unstructured data
    marxwj
    If I am reading this correctly, this is like getting the report but not all the raw data that went into it. From my experience in Environmental projects, the raw data would be pretty worthless to most people. We have boxes of raw data from Superfund type sites. The lab data sheets have a sample number and a concentration of one or more pollutants. Without the log book and a map of the site indicating where all those samples came from and which are lab or process or sampling blanks, you really have no idea what you are looking at. It would also make for a truly insane amount of documentation to put on the internet. As it is, many government reports can be easily accessed on the internet. Though often times the government web sites are not useful for finding the documents, but Google makes it much easier.
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