Learn how to explore what's available in a database: the tables, relationships between them, and data stored in them.
You have access to a database. Now what do you do? Building on your existing skills joining tables, using basic functions, grouping data, and using subqueries, the next step in your SQL journey is learning how to explore a database and the data in it. Using data from Stack Overflow, Fortune 500 companies, and 311 help requests from Evanston, IL, you'll get familiar with numeric, character, and date/time data types.Read more.
This resource is offered by an affiliate partner. If you pay for training, we may earn a commission to support this site.
The techniques and tools covered in Exploratory Data Analysis in SQL are most similar to the requirements found in Business Analyst job advertisements.