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r9535 r9884 9 9 Orange prefers to open data files in its native, tab-delimited format. This format allows us to specify type of features 10 10 and optional flags along with the feature names, which can ofter result in shorter loading times. This additional data 11 is provided in a form of a 3-line header. First line contains feature names, followed by type of features and optional 12 flags in that order. 11 is provided in a form of a 3-line header. First line contains variable 12 names, followed by their types in the second line and optional 13 flags in the third. 13 14 14 15 Example of iris dataset in tab-delimited format (:download:`iris.tab <code/iris.tab>`)
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