Introduction to using SQL for Reporting

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Introduction to using SQL for Reporting

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SQL can be used to generate reports and present information on websites. This course covers SQL features in helping you answer more interesting questions about your data.

The most popular business problems can be solved with SQL . What is the revenue growth month over month and running total revenue? Can we trust the metric, or does the data have some accidental duplicates that affect it? What are the top N orders for every month? What is the repeat purchase behaviour? All these questions can bee translated from the database using SQL into useful reports for the business.

Topics covered includes:

Installing Oracle database
Installing TOAD
Installing SQL developer
Connecting TOAD and SQL Developer to Oracle Database
Ordering and Limiting results
Filtering data using the WHERE clause
Using multiple operators with the WHERE clause
How to use Views and Dual Tables
Using Like operators with wild cards to achieve search patterns
Removing duplicates records
Using sub-queries
Using character functions
Using conversion functions
Using numeric functions
Using date functions
Grouping results
Aggregate functions
Some real world SQL reporting

What Am I Going To Get from This SQL Reporting Course?

You’ll discover how to use various built in features of SQL to generate useful for reports that can help a business make important decisions.

Who Should Take This Course?

Beginning database analysts
Developers who want to keep their knowledge of SQL current
Students taking classes in relational databases
Anyone who wants to learn SQL Reporting

Who is the target audience?

Beginning database analysts
Developers who want to keep their knowledge of SQL current
Students taking classes in relational databases
Anyone who wants to learn SQL Reporting

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