Synonyms for Data:


findings, notes, dossier, Measurements, A to Z, Records, figures, statistics, word, detail, report, circumstances, matters of direct observation, datum, information base, score, raw materials, results, documents, abstracts, specifics, known facts, available figures, numbers, experiments, input, reports. bitmap, cookie, archive, bitstream, backup, ASCII file, lore, checksum, configuration file, access profile, batch file. data (noun)
information, figures, facts, input, statistics, details, documents.
evidence (noun)
corroboration, observation, establishment, demonstration, attestation, connotation, statement, support, fact, determination, exemplification, confirmation, certification, deposition, authentication, indication, proof, quotation, exhibit, declaration, substantiation, illustration, counter-evidence, manifestation, documentation, specimen, testimony, validation.
evidences (noun)
attestations, Testimonies, establishments, exhibits, Certifications, manifestations, declarations, demonstrations, indications, determinations, validations, confirmations, statements, illustrations, connotations, proofs, specimens, observations, quotations, depositions, evidences.
group (noun)
information (noun)
evidence, details, facts, knowledge, advice, intelligence, news, information.
information in visible form (noun)
details, input, documents, abstracts, evidence, facts, dossier, testimony, reports, notes, statistics, experiments, figures, knowledge, results, circumstances, Measurements, score, proof.
news (noun)

Other synonyms:

report, specifics, input, findings, A to Z, notes, detail, score, word. lore. enumeration
Other relevant words:
input, abstracts, reports, findings, documents, score, specifics, report, detail, notes, lore, word, figures, Measurements, dossier, statistics, experiments, results, datum, circumstances.

Usage examples for data

  1. The logic of mathematics is certainly that of common life: but the data are of a different species; they do not admit of doubt. – A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II) by Augustus de Morgan
  2. He carried mathematization of data from experiments as far as possible. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly
  3. They furnish, therefore, better data upon which to base an opinion of her real personality and character than anything else could possibly give. – Mary Wollstonecraft by Elizabeth Robins Pennell