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Dynamic data or transactional data denotes information that is asynchronously changed as further updates to the information become available.
The opposite of this is persistent data, which is data that is infrequently accessed and not likely to be modified. Dynamic data is also different from streaming data, in that there is no constant flow of information. Rather, updates may come at any time, with periods of inactivity in between.
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