A one value column table represents all values in own column. It also contains a feature type column (e.g. string, float, ...) and a feature name column. Example of a one value column table:
|Feature target||Graph id||Edge id||Node id||Feature name||Feature type||Feature value|
|graph||ID||?||?||Description||string||Bla bla bla|
A table with separate value columns contains for each value a separate column. The example table from above would look like the following:
|Feature target||Graph id||Edge id||Node id||Description||label||weight||is_target|
|graph||ID||?||?||Bla bla bla||?||?||?|
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