Can someone clarify how you would model a "wide" row cassandra table?  From
what I understand, a wide row table is where you keep appending columns to
a given row.

The other way to model a table would be the "regular" style where each row
contains data so you would during a SELECT you would want multiple rows as
oppose to a wide row where you would get a single row, but a subset of

Can someone show a simple data model that compares both styles?


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