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The main entity in this text is a population pyramid of Facebook[3] users by age. This is a graphical representation, created using Tableau Software, that provides a clear snapshot of the age distribution of Facebook users as of January 1, 2010. The pyramid was designed by Dennis Bratland and was first published on InsideFacebook.com. This image falls under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license, which allows for sharing and remixing, provided proper attribution is given and any changes indicated. It is a useful resource for understanding the demographics of Facebook users, which can be critical for market research[1], social studies, or strategic planning. The file also contains additional metadata[4], including information from the digital camera[2] or scanner and possible modifications from the original state.

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1. market research. Market Research is a systematic process of gathering, analyzing, and interpreting information about a specific market or sector. Its origin can be traced back to the 1930s, influenced greatly by Daniel Starch's work during the 1920s. The concept grew as advertisers recognized the significance of demographic data, and the Gallup Organization pioneered the public opinion poll. Today, it's a crucial tool for funding research and it emphasizes inclusive research design. Market research uses primary and secondary methods to collect data on various market aspects like segmentation, trends, and brand perception. It also plays a vital role in international markets, especially with the rise of internet and social media platforms. Additionally, it's applied in various sectors such as business planning, advertising, and the film industry. This process, while indispensable, also raises important ethical and psychological considerations, especially in terms of data collection, user privacy, and workforce well-being.
2. digital camera.
1 A digital camera is a device that captures photographs electronically, instead of using film like traditional cameras. It works by using an image sensor, such as a Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) or a Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (CMOS), to record light information when a photo is taken. The data is then processed and stored in digital memory, allowing for instant viewing and editing. Digital cameras come in many forms, from compact and action cameras to sophisticated devices used in science and military applications. They offer features for professional photography, including high-definition image quality and different methods of image capture. With the advent of smartphones, digital cameras have also become a standard feature, enabling everyone to capture and share their moments.
2 A digital camera is a device that captures photographs electronically, instead of using film like traditional cameras. It works by using an image sensor, such as a Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) or a Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (CMOS), to record light information when a photo is taken. The data is then processed and stored in digital memory, allowing for instant viewing and editing. Digital cameras come in many forms, from compact and action cameras to sophisticated devices used in science and military applications. They offer features for professional photography, including high-definition image quality and different methods of image capture. With the advent of smartphones, digital cameras have also become a standard feature, enabling everyone to capture and share their moments.
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