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Q.  What is 'structured data'?
A.  A set of information where the first row or record contains names for the column data and each subsequent row or record contains a unique set of data where each column or field contain the same data type of information and separated by a common character such as a comma or a TAB so that the data set structure could be easily understood by a spreadsheet, database, or table.

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Training:

SPCUG offers members limited, as needed, technical help before each main meeting on the 3rd Wed of each month and during the meeting Q&A. Bring your questions and friends, to the meeting, (see www.SacPCUG.org site for details), membership is not required, and interactive help is really a great member benefit.

SPCUG recommends these training sites: eDx https://www.edx.org/ for college level courses. Over 2500 courses. Many are free or can be monitored. Credits are available for a fee.

Lynda https://www.lynda.com/ offers free courses through your free Sacramento Library card. First LogIn Library page, Search for Lynda, select eContent Source Lynda filter on left side and set up a Lynda.com profile on their site.

If you have a SPCUG discounted or no cost training resource to recommend to members, please use the SacPCUG.org EMail Contact Form to submit your recommendation to the Training Coordinator for possible inclusion here.