Data frame

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This article is about the Web Information Architecture concept. For the networking (packet) sense of "frame", see Frame (networking).

A data frame is an aggregate of numerous, partly overlapping collections of data and metadata that have been derived from massive amounts of network activity such as content production, consumption, and other user behavior. A data frame may be used to drive the creation of new content, applications, or infrastructure enhancements. The Internet "Data Frame" was named by John Battelle as the theme of the 2011 Web 2.0 Summit.[1]

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