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Hi, I have a table as follows:

order #      order_status
1      Submit
2      Cancelled
3      In Progress
4      In Progress
5      In Progress
6      In Progress
7      Cancelled
8      Cancelled
9      Submit
10      Submit

The output I am looking for with a query is as follows:

order_type      Count
Submit              3
Cancelled      3
In Progress      4

Is this possible with just a mysql query?

Thank you,
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SELECT count(order_status) as count, order_status from table 
GROUP BY order_status

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