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MySQL: Get Average of Seven Queries

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I want the average value for all seven of these queries:

SELECT ((MAX(`Bid`)-MIN(`BID`))) FROM `records` WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF' 
AND 
`Time` > ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-86400-(86400*0)) 
AND 
`Time` < ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-72000-(86400*0)) 
LIMIT 1

SELECT ((MAX(`Bid`)-MIN(`BID`))) FROM `records` WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF' 
AND 
`Time` > ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-86400-(86400*1)) 
AND 
`Time` < ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-72000-(86400*1)) 
LIMIT 1

SELECT ((MAX(`Bid`)-MIN(`BID`))) FROM `records` WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF' 
AND 
`Time` > ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-86400-(86400*2)) 
AND 
`Time` < ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-72000-(86400*2)) 
LIMIT 1

SELECT ((MAX(`Bid`)-MIN(`BID`))) FROM `records` WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF' 
AND 
`Time` > ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-86400-(86400*3)) 
AND 
`Time` < ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-72000-(86400*3)) 
LIMIT 1

SELECT ((MAX(`Bid`)-MIN(`BID`))) FROM `records` WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF' 
AND 
`Time` > ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-86400-(86400*4)) 
AND 
`Time` < ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-72000-(86400*4)) 
LIMIT 1

SELECT ((MAX(`Bid`)-MIN(`BID`))) FROM `records` WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF' 
AND 
`Time` > ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-86400-(86400*5)) 
AND 
`Time` < ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-72000-(86400*5)) 
LIMIT 1

SELECT ((MAX(`Bid`)-MIN(`BID`))) FROM `records` WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF' 
AND 
`Time` > ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-86400-(86400*6)) 
AND 
`Time` < ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-72000-(86400*6)) 
LIMIT 1

SELECT ((MAX(`Bid`)-MIN(`BID`))) FROM `records` WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF' 
AND 
`Time` > ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-86400-(86400*7)) 
AND 
`Time` < ((SELECT `Time` FROM `records` ORDER BY `id` DESC LIMIT 1 )-72000-(86400*7)) 
LIMIT 1

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by:Sharath
ID: 39166101
try this.
SELECT ( ( Max_Bid1 - Min_Bid1 ) + ( Max_Bid2 - Min_Bid2 ) + ( Max_Bid3 - Min_Bid3 ) + ( Max_Bid4 - Min_Bid4 ) + ( Max_Bid5 - Min_Bid5 ) + ( Max_Bid6 - Min_Bid6 ) + ( Max_Bid7 - Min_Bid7 ) ) / 7 Avg_Bid
  FROM (SELECT MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 1 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid1, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 1 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid1, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 2 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid2, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 2 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid2, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 3 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid3, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 3 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid3, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 4 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid4, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 4 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid4, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 5 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid5, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 5 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid5, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 6 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid6, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 6 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid6, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 7 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid7, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 7 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid7 
          FROM `records`, 
               (SELECT `Time` 
                  FROM `records` 
                 ORDER BY `id` DESC 
                 LIMIT 1) t2 
         WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF') t1 

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by:Sharath
ID: 39166111
corrected some copy-paste errors.
SELECT ( ( Max_Bid1 - Min_Bid1 ) + ( Max_Bid2 - Min_Bid2 ) + ( Max_Bid3 - Min_Bid3 ) + ( Max_Bid4 - Min_Bid4 ) + ( Max_Bid5 - Min_Bid5 ) + ( Max_Bid6 - Min_Bid6 ) + ( Max_Bid7 - Min_Bid7 ) ) / 7 Avg_Bid
  FROM (SELECT MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 1 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid1, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 1 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 1 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid1, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 2 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 2 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid2, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 2 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 2 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid2, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 3 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 3 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid3, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 3 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 3 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid3, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 4 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 4 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid4, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 4 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 4 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid4, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 5 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 5 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid5, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 5 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 5 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid5, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 6 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 6 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid6, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 6 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 6 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid6, 
               MAX(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 7 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 7 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Max_Bid7, 
               MIN(CASE 
                     WHEN t1.`TIME` > t2.`Time` - 86400 - ( 86400 * 7 ) 
                          AND t1.`TIME` < t2.`Time` - 72000 - ( 86400 * 7 ) THEN `Bid` 
                   END) Min_Bid7 
          FROM `records`, 
               (SELECT `Time` 
                  FROM `records` 
                 ORDER BY `id` DESC 
                 LIMIT 1) t2 
         WHERE `Pair` = 'USDCHF') t1 

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by:hankknight
ID: 39166305
Thanks, but that gives me an error.

Please test it here:
http://sqlfiddle.com/#!2/5dc83/1
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by:Sharath
ID: 39166394
can you add some sample data to your table in the sqlfiddle?
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Sharath earned 500 total points
ID: 39166397
Anyway, fixed that issue.

http://sqlfiddle.com/#!2/5dc83/7
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by:hankknight
ID: 39167302
Thanks.  Your query works ONLY if all seven periods contain values.

If any of the values are null then whole thing fails.

I have asked a related question here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/MySQL/Q_28128843.html
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