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Any database is a type of container. Databases are obtained by the library itself so that the contents can be made available to students and faculty. Databases themselves are very expensive, change frequently, and require administration. Some databases, more all the time, are provided free or in controlled environments of specialized users.
Databases of raw measurements and derived data from observations are also available and are known to the specialized groups who use these data.