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informatics

noun plural but singular in construction in·for·mat·ics \ˌin-fər-ˈma-tiks\

Definition of INFORMATICS

Origin of INFORMATICS

International Scientific Vocabulary information + -ics
First Known Use: circa 1967

Rhymes with INFORMATICS

informatics

noun plural but singular in construction in·for·mat·ics \ˌin-fər-ˈma-tiks\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of INFORMATICS

:  the collection, classification, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of recorded knowledge—see bioinformatics

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