Unstructured data

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What are unstructured data?

Unstructured data is information that does not fit a defined data model or scheme and is harder to store and manage in structured databases. Unstructured data is often stored in its native format, and only processed when needed. Metadata help to manipulate unstructured data. Common examples of unstructured data are text, images, audio & video files, email content,...

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