Chapter 1. Introducing Data Analysis and Libraries
Data is raw information that can exist in any form, usable or not. We can easily get data everywhere in our lives; for example, the price of gold on the day of writing was $ 1.158 per ounce. This does not have any meaning, except describing the price of gold. This also shows that data is useful based on context.
With the relational data connection, information appears and allows us to expand our knowledge beyond the range of our senses. When we possess gold price data gathered over time, one piece of information we might have is that the price has continuously risen from $1.152 to $1.158 over three days. This could be used by someone who tracks gold prices.
Knowledge helps people to create value ...