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Unstructured data refers to any data that has no identifiable structure (e.g. images, videos, email, documents, text). Although each individual document may contain its own specific structure or format based on the software used to create the data, unstructured data may also be considered as “loosely structured data”. This being because data sources do have a structure, yet not all data will share the same structure within a data set, which makes it harder to cull the needed insight from the data in its current state.

 

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Reviews on a review website

 

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