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Query data with no SQL code (6)

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Máté Farkas
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Section 06: Create aggration in a query

Course: This course is created for business people or data analysts who want to query data from an SQL Server database but don't want to write codes and queries in SQL language. This course teach you how to use GUI of SQL Server Management Studio Query Designer Tool.

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01. 00:00 Create aggregated query

Arrange tables on Diagram pane and add aggregation

02. 00:30 Define criteria

Define filter criteria in Criteria pane

03. 01:20 Duplications

Understand duplication in a query

04. 01:20 Aggregation

Learn how to convert a query to an aggregation query

05. 02:45 Simple aggregation

Create a simple count aggregation and analyze it

06. 03:35 Subquery

Understand the role and needs of a subquery
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