Advertisement Podium vs. Lectern The lectern and the podium are two terms that are erroneously interchanged as relating to the public speaking sphere. It is more common to have people referring to the lectern when in actual sense, they mean the podium but the converse is not as common. It is important to understand the […]

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LOOKUP vs. VLOOKUP Now LOOKUP and VLOOKUP are two worksheet functions which do a similar task of matching values and providing outputs but both are different. The difference lies in the working and the formula however both will perform the same search function. The key lies in understanding how the vector and the formula works […]

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Metamucil vs. Miralax Both of these products are used to treat chronic constipation. They are both available over-the-counter; that is, without a prescription. Both work well to aid in keeping bowel movements normal. The difference between Metamucil vs Miralax is in the active ingredients. Metamucil contains psyllium fiber, which comes from the husk of the […]

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Cassandra vs. Hbase Cassandra is a free, open source NoSQL database that is designed to manage huge data sets across large clusters. The architecture of Cassandra achieves availability and partition tolerance according to the CAP theorem which lists the three requirements when designing application for a distributed architecture. Cassandra was influenced by Google’s Bigtable, which […]

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Colace vs. Dulcolax Colace are stool softener capsules prescribed by a doctor to treat constipation. The Docusate sodium found in colace, allows water and fats to be solved into the stool making it easy to pass. This ingredient is also important in preventing constipation, irritable bowel syndrome or multiple sclerosis and, should be avoided if […]

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Index Funds vs. Exchange Traded Funds An exchange traded fund (ETF) refers to a marketable security. This security tracks bonds, a commodity or an asset. It usually trades like normal stock on stock exchange and its price varies throughout the day. Index Fund. An index fund refers to an investment fund that replicates the movement […]

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Cyan vs. Blue Cyan and blue are two colours that at first glance appear to be similar. However, a closer inspection reveals that there are slight differences between both of them. Cyan is generally described as a colour midway along the blue-green spectrum and one of three primary colours of the subtractive colour model used […]

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Cedar vs. Pine Even having had the biology drummed into our heads all through high school, identifying the difference between Cedar and Pine is a real nail biter. Cedar is the general name used to refer to several different trees belonging to the genus cedrus. These trees are have square-cracked barks, scaly evergreen leaves that […]

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