Assume a question is a data request. I am aware of a few one data sets satisfying the request requirement: should I write one answer per data set, or should I concatenate all the data sets in a single answer?

On https://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/ it's one tool per answer, and it seems to work great (people can vote and comment on a specific tool this way, it's cleaner), so I'd tend to write one answer per data set, but just to know whether there exists any established policy on that matter.

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My preferences...

If the answers are just different links, with small descriptions, then I usually combine them.

But if the answers are wildly different, with big explanations, than I post them separately.

Some examples of multi-post answers:

Example of single-answer post (now a community wiki)

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