What is Unstructured Data?
The term Unstructured Data refers to datasets, which are often enormous collections of files that are not stored in a formalized database manner. Despite not being prescribed by data models, unstructured data contains an underlying structure. Unstructured data can be produced by a human or a machine and can have any type of format.
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