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A data format defines how digital information is encoded and stored in a file or other data source.
A data source is an instance of a dataset stored in a specific format.
A data transformation is the process of reorganizing or restructuring data from the source format into destination data.
A data translator converts data from one format to another format. For example, a data translator can convert MapInfo TAB data to an Esri shapefile.
Extract, transform, and load
Extract, transform, and load (ETL) refers to the three separate functions that are combined into a single tool and executed as a series, in the following order:
Spatial ETL is a category of tools used for manipulating spatial data, which incorporates the data processing methodologies of traditional extract, transform, and load software.
This is the primary FME Desktop application used to build translation and transformation workflows.
This is the file that contains the Workbench workspace. This workspace is where the translation or a transformation work is authored and shared. The FMW file can be either referenced or embedded to an ETL tool.
A transformer is an FME Workbench object that performs a particular restructuring of features or schema. It is a visual object that you add to your workspace canvas and connect between the source and destination features or to other transformers.