What is the use of master data listed in infoprovider?

Dera sirs,
I noticed that some master data is listed in infoprovider. If someone  can explain me in which cases this master data listed in infoprovider is used for report.
sorry to post this question but I don't find the response in this forum.
Thanks in advance for you help.

Hi Santo,
Welcome to the SAP world.
Take your thread data/question data of SDN for example
Master dara here is: User ID ( your user id ) Name, Country etc which can not be changed
Transaction data here is: Number of Views on this thread by other users ( daily increases)
                                     Points given by you etc.
With the help of master data we can easily find out who is this user of this question and his contact details etc.
Post as many threads as you can your master details will not be changed in the SAP SDN.

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