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When should one go for a Document Oriented noSQL database and when for a column oriented one?

 
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In noSql, we have the column oriented ones like Hbase,Cassandra, the document oriented ones like MongoDb, CosmosDb. When should one go for a column oriented no sql data and when should one go for a document oriented one? Thanks
 
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