Data structure is organized as a collection (array) of tables
with the same number of columns (parameters) for each table these have its own number of records. All
of these tables ought to have exact the same ordered
assignment of parameters by their status.
There is a principal example of data structure organization in LeoDataAnalysis as it could be seen
The largest number of records in one series that LeoDataAnalysis can handle programmable is 232= 1010 cells (number rows*number columns for all data series). But, of course, realistically speaking much smaller data sets can be calculated without lost of patience with the help of modern computers. But as soon it depends on productivity of you computer - try for yourself.
An internal presentation of the data structure in LeoDataAnalysis is of course differ - all data are stored in one array. LeoDataAnalysis is using a NetCDF format for storage or data current snapshot of data and statistical analysis in NetCDF binary file.