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Future Directions in Data Handling

In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Tom Wickham-Jones discusses future directions for working with data in Mathematica, including a new way to create data structures and an innovative approach to holding relational, tabular, and hierarchical data for summarizing, computing, and visualizing information.

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