12. Describe the main differences between big and small data.
- Small data is typically stored and organized in databases. Big data is typically stored and organized in spreadsheets.
- Small data is less useful to data analysts. Big data is more useful to data analysts.
- Small data is specific and concerns a short time period. Big data is less specific and concerns a longer time period.
- Small data has been cleaned and sorted. Big data has not yet been cleaned or sorted.