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Online Training Learn to use SQL for Data Analysis and Reporting
There is a demand for people who can use data to perform reporting and analysis thus helping businesses and organizations make important and critical decisions.SQL stands for Structure Query Language. It is an internationally standard language used to communicate with various databases for data manipulation. SQL is vital for data analysis and reporting.Have you wondered how you get the data you need? Do you wish you could retrieve it yourself? This course teaches you how to get the data you want by writing a bit of SQL code. You won’t just be able to pull data out of the database; you’ll be able to manipulate it: merging it, multiplying it, grouping it, and relabeling it to get just the report you want.You will learn how to design and write simple SQL queries for data reporting and analysis. Also you will learn how to filter, group, and sort data, using built-in SQL functions to format or calculate results.Discover how to perform more complex queries, such as joining data together from different database tables.Topic you will learn include:Setup a Database EnvironmentUnderstand Database ConceptsWrite SQL SyntaxUnderstand SQL Data TypesRetrieve Data using SELECTFilter Data search with SQL WHERE clauseSort SQL query result search with ORDER BYTransform SQL Search results with string functionsUse Alias to change query results headingsUse various functions for data reporting and analysisSQL can be used to help solve business problems like :Who are the top ten sales-reps in each region?How many employees in an organizationHow many employees earn less than 45K in an organizationHow many new employees joined the company in the past 18 monthsWhat goods are flying off the supermarket shelves and so on..Who is the target audience?This Course is meant for newbies who are not familiar with using SQL for Data Analysis and Reporting.
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