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The first six types shown above describe simple data sets. They provide the best efficiency and should be used wherever possible. An integer data set with n items simply contains n integer numbers per entry etc. The complete data set is just an integer two-dimensional array with n rows and the number of columns equal to the number of entries. The number of rows is fixed, the number of columns may change from event to event.
The other types need more explanations: