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Databases

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kate coady

on 10 November 2009

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Transcript of Databases

Databases paper databases Computer databases Address books Birthdays Telephones In order to find the right web sites for you,. Search engines need a vast computerised database which they search using your entered keywords Search engines electronic registers Many schools now use electronic registers. These contain a database with records for every student in the school.

The database records student's attendance both at school and in lessons.
online database If you don't want to use the paper-based version, a telephone number can be found using an online database such as yell.co.uk.

Type in the category you are looking for e.g. builder, type in the area e.g. Warwick and a search will be performed on all the records in the database before giving you a list of results which match your requirements a second or so later.
Police databases The police use various databases to help them track criminals and solve crimes.
They are able to look for trends or patterns in crimes and this helps them to establish whether a person could be responsible for a series of burglaries or assaults that have been taking place.

They are able to co-operate with other police forces and share their information.
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