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Sometimes, there’s a choice between
raw and data. How do they differ?
formattedvariant displays the data like you see it on the page — so it would be easier to make it into a table in a document. This format is visually pleasing, but not as convenient for data analysis. In the ‘formatted’ variant, the locations are usually columns, and the data is in rows. In data analysis, this is sometimes called the “long” form.
rawvariant creates a spreadsheet where the data is in columns, and the locations are the rows. This form is nicer if you want to aggregate data from many notebooks, or do more sophisticated data analysis. In data analysis, this is sometimes called the “wide” form.