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Abstract data types


Is there a way to make new datatypes in Mathematica? I have some
routines for reading various sorts of data from files,  along with some
information about the data, like label to use for plot, axis labels,
etc. And I would like to be able to treat all this like  a single
object. I supose I could just use a list, and have the first element be
the data itself, the second element as the label, etc. and then have
functions like setLabel/getLabel but this dosn't seem very elegant. Any
ideas?

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