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Unstructured Data

Work with unstructured data.

Background Information

The term unstructured data refers to information that either does not have a predefined data model. Commonly, unstructured data consists of a large number of text sources, such as a collection of newspaper articles or a collection of doctors’ notes.

Available Tools

%iKnow package and the iKnow engine

Enable you to access and analyze unstructured data. You can load this text data into iKnow, and then use iKnow to retrieve meaningful information.

See Using iKnow.

Availability: All namespaces.

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