What is a Database?

A database is nothing more than a base for data. Basically, it is a collection of data. A database is designed as such so that the data in it can be easily accessed, managed, organized, and updated. It is a system that is designed for organization and to make data management easier.

A database can be of many types depending on the type of content, such as bibliographic, full-text, numeric, and images. Or even according to their organizational approach. For example: a relational database that is a type of  tabular database in which the data is defined in such a way so that it can be reorganized and accessed in a number of different ways.

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