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Practical SQL
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Practical SQL is an approachable and fast-paced guide to SQL (Structured Query Language), the standard programming language for defining, organizing, and exploring data in relational databases. The book focuses on using SQL to find the story your data tells, with the popular open-source database PostgreSQL and the pgAdmin interface as its primary tools. You ll first cover the fundamentals of databases and the SQL language, then build skills by analyzing data from the U.S. Census and other federal and state government agencies. With exercises and real-world examples in each chapter, this book will teach even those who have never programmed before all the tools necessary to build powerful databases and access information quickly and efficiently. You ll learn how to: - Create databases and related tables using your own data - Define the right data types for your information - Aggregate, sort, and filter data to find patterns - Use basic math and advanced statistical functions - Identify errors in data and clean them up - Import and export data using delimited text files - Write queries for geographic information systems (GIS) - Create advanced queries and automate tasks Learning SQL doesn t have to be dry and complicated. Practical SQL delivers clear examples with an easy-to-follow approach to teach you the tools you need to build and manage your own databases. This book uses PostgreSQL, but the SQL syntax is applicable to many database applications, including Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL.

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Stand: 30.11.2020
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SAS Programming for Elementary Statistics (eBoo...
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SAS for Elementary Statistics: Getting Started provides an introduction to SAS programming for those who have experience with introductory statistical methods. It is also an excellent programming supplement for an introductory statistics course. It is appropriate for the beginning programmer with no prior SAS experience and the researcher who would like to refresh SAS programming skills. These lessons are those the author has found successful in the classroom. Strengths of this book include the following: Examples are easy to follow and understand. Chapters have user-friendly text and objectives. Each chapter has clear objectives with SAS syntax and output results given. Objectives are stated as tasks with detailed step-by-step instructions. Programming notes based on the author's experience occur throughout the book. The author assists the reader in making sense of the error messages in the SAS log. Brief reviews of statistical methods are included in chapters accompanying the corresponding SAS procedures. Easy transition from user terminology to SAS terminology is provided. The ability to select or suppress results using Output Delivery System (ODS) is made simple. Reading and writing to external files are among the most used SAS skills, and these concepts are clearly presented. The IMPORT and EXPORT procedures and ODS are used to accomplish these tasks. Statistical Graphics procedures and SAS/GRAPH can be quite challenging to learn, but these are presented in a very achievable format. Basic graph construction is first introduced then readers learn how to add color, pattern, and other enhancements to graphics images.

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SAS Programming for Elementary Statistics (eBoo...
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SAS for Elementary Statistics: Getting Started provides an introduction to SAS programming for those who have experience with introductory statistical methods. It is also an excellent programming supplement for an introductory statistics course. It is appropriate for the beginning programmer with no prior SAS experience and the researcher who would like to refresh SAS programming skills. These lessons are those the author has found successful in the classroom. Strengths of this book include the following: Examples are easy to follow and understand. Chapters have user-friendly text and objectives. Each chapter has clear objectives with SAS syntax and output results given. Objectives are stated as tasks with detailed step-by-step instructions. Programming notes based on the author's experience occur throughout the book. The author assists the reader in making sense of the error messages in the SAS log. Brief reviews of statistical methods are included in chapters accompanying the corresponding SAS procedures. Easy transition from user terminology to SAS terminology is provided. The ability to select or suppress results using Output Delivery System (ODS) is made simple. Reading and writing to external files are among the most used SAS skills, and these concepts are clearly presented. The IMPORT and EXPORT procedures and ODS are used to accomplish these tasks. Statistical Graphics procedures and SAS/GRAPH can be quite challenging to learn, but these are presented in a very achievable format. Basic graph construction is first introduced then readers learn how to add color, pattern, and other enhancements to graphics images.

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SAS Programming for Elementary Statistics (eBoo...
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SAS for Elementary Statistics: Getting Started provides an introduction to SAS programming for those who have experience with introductory statistical methods. It is also an excellent programming supplement for an introductory statistics course. It is appropriate for the beginning programmer with no prior SAS experience and the researcher who would like to refresh SAS programming skills. These lessons are those the author has found successful in the classroom. Strengths of this book include the following: Examples are easy to follow and understand. Chapters have user-friendly text and objectives. Each chapter has clear objectives with SAS syntax and output results given. Objectives are stated as tasks with detailed step-by-step instructions. Programming notes based on the author's experience occur throughout the book. The author assists the reader in making sense of the error messages in the SAS log. Brief reviews of statistical methods are included in chapters accompanying the corresponding SAS procedures. Easy transition from user terminology to SAS terminology is provided. The ability to select or suppress results using Output Delivery System (ODS) is made simple. Reading and writing to external files are among the most used SAS skills, and these concepts are clearly presented. The IMPORT and EXPORT procedures and ODS are used to accomplish these tasks. Statistical Graphics procedures and SAS/GRAPH can be quite challenging to learn, but these are presented in a very achievable format. Basic graph construction is first introduced then readers learn how to add color, pattern, and other enhancements to graphics images.

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Stand: 30.11.2020
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SAS Programming for Elementary Statistics (eBoo...
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SAS for Elementary Statistics: Getting Started provides an introduction to SAS programming for those who have experience with introductory statistical methods. It is also an excellent programming supplement for an introductory statistics course. It is appropriate for the beginning programmer with no prior SAS experience and the researcher who would like to refresh SAS programming skills. These lessons are those the author has found successful in the classroom. Strengths of this book include the following: Examples are easy to follow and understand. Chapters have user-friendly text and objectives. Each chapter has clear objectives with SAS syntax and output results given. Objectives are stated as tasks with detailed step-by-step instructions. Programming notes based on the author's experience occur throughout the book. The author assists the reader in making sense of the error messages in the SAS log. Brief reviews of statistical methods are included in chapters accompanying the corresponding SAS procedures. Easy transition from user terminology to SAS terminology is provided. The ability to select or suppress results using Output Delivery System (ODS) is made simple. Reading and writing to external files are among the most used SAS skills, and these concepts are clearly presented. The IMPORT and EXPORT procedures and ODS are used to accomplish these tasks. Statistical Graphics procedures and SAS/GRAPH can be quite challenging to learn, but these are presented in a very achievable format. Basic graph construction is first introduced then readers learn how to add color, pattern, and other enhancements to graphics images.

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ISBN Practical SQL Buch Taschenbuch 392 Seiten
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Practical SQL is an approachable and fast-paced guide to SQL (Structured Query Language), the standard programming language for defining, organizing, and exploring data in relational databases. The book focuses on using SQL to find the story your data tells, with the popular open-source database PostgreSQL and the pgAdmin interface as its primary tools. You ll first cover the fundamentals of databases and the SQL language, then build skills by analyzing data from the U.S. Census and other federal and state government agencies. With exercises and real-world examples in each chapter, this book will teach even those who have never programmed before all the tools necessary to build powerful databases and access information quickly and efficiently. You ll learn how to: - Create databases and related tables using your own data - Define the right data types for your information - Aggregate, sort, and filter data to find patterns - Use basic math and advanced statistical functions - Identify errors in data and clean them up - Import and export data using delimited text files - Write queries for geographic information systems (GIS) - Create advanced queries and automate tasks Learning SQL doesn t have to be dry and complicated. Practical SQL delivers clear examples with an easy-to-follow approach to teach you the tools you need to build and manage your own databases. This book uses PostgreSQL, but the SQL syntax is applicable to many database applications, including Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 30.11.2020
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Beginning PHP and MySQL
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Get started with PHP and MySQL programming: no experience necessary. This fifth edition of a classic best-seller includes detailed instructions for configuring the ultimate PHP 7 and MySQL development environment on all major platforms, complete coverage of the latest additions and improvements to the PHP language, and thorough introductions to MySQL's most relied-upon features.You'll not only receive extensive introductions to the core features of PHP, MySQL, and related tools, but you'll also learn how to effectively integrate them in order to build robust data-driven applications. Author Frank M. Kromann draws upon more than 20 years of experience working with these technologies to pack this book with practical examples and insight into the real-world challenges faced by developers. Accordingly, you will repeatedly return to this book as both a valuable instructional tool and reference guide.What You Will LearnInstall PHP, MySQL, and several popular web serversGet started with PHP, including using its string-handling, networking, forms-processing, and object-oriented featuresGain skills in MySQL's fundamental features, including supported data types, database management syntax, triggers, views, stored routine syntax, and import/export capabilitiesWork with hundreds of examples demonstrating countless facets of PHP and MySQL integration Who This Book Is ForAnyone who wants to get started using PHP to write dynamic web applications.

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Beginning PHP and MySQL
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Get started with PHP and MySQL programming: no experience necessary. This fifth edition of a classic best-seller includes detailed instructions for configuring the ultimate PHP 7 and MySQL development environment on all major platforms, complete coverage of the latest additions and improvements to the PHP language, and thorough introductions to MySQL's most relied-upon features.You'll not only receive extensive introductions to the core features of PHP, MySQL, and related tools, but you'll also learn how to effectively integrate them in order to build robust data-driven applications. Author Frank M. Kromann draws upon more than 20 years of experience working with these technologies to pack this book with practical examples and insight into the real-world challenges faced by developers. Accordingly, you will repeatedly return to this book as both a valuable instructional tool and reference guide.What You Will LearnInstall PHP, MySQL, and several popular web serversGet started with PHP, including using its string-handling, networking, forms-processing, and object-oriented featuresGain skills in MySQL's fundamental features, including supported data types, database management syntax, triggers, views, stored routine syntax, and import/export capabilitiesWork with hundreds of examples demonstrating countless facets of PHP and MySQL integration Who This Book Is ForAnyone who wants to get started using PHP to write dynamic web applications.

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MS SQL Server 2014. XML-Integration mit T-SQL
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Das erste Kapitel zeigt die verschiedenen Lösungen für eines der wesentlichen Ziele, die für DB-Programmierer mit Blickrichtung nach XML entstehen: die Erzeugung von XML aus relationalen Daten. Hier gibt es eine ganze Reihe an zusätzlichen Syntax-Elementen für die SELECT-Anweisung, die auf mehr oder weniger einfache Art in der Lage ist, XML-Strukturen zu erzeugen. Dabei geht dieses Kapitel auch gerade auf die Erzeugung von komplexen, hierarchisierten Strukturen ein, die mit besonderen Techniken zu erstellen sind. Das zweite Kapitel zeigt, wie von aussen empfangene oder in der DB erzeugte XML-Daten verarbeitet und gespeichert werden können. Hier steht insbesondere die Zerlegung von XML-Daten in relationale Daten, d.h. der umgekehrte Weg zur XML-Erzeugung, wie er im ersten Kapitel beschrieben wird, im Vordergrund. Im dritten Kapitel sieht man, wie man in der Datenbank direkt gespeicherte oder in Variablen/Parameter enthaltene XML-Daten mit Hilfe von XPath abfragt und Daten filtert oder mit Hilfe von XQuery abfragt und XML-Ergebnisstrukturen erstellt. In diesem Kapitel befindet sich dann auch eine kurze Übersicht zu beiden im MS SQL Server nutzbaren W3C-Standards und ihrer Syntax. Das vierte Kapitel zeigt, wie wesentlich das Verständnis von XML Schema ist, um die Beschreibung und Validierung von XML in Tabellenspalten und T-SQL-Variablen durchzuführen. Dabei geht dieses Kapitel auch auf den XML Schema-Standard ein, um DB-Programmierern zu helfen, automatisch erzeugte XML Schema-Quelltexte zu lesen, eigenständig Datenmodelle zu planen und diese in der Datenbank zu verankern. Im fünften Kapitel dreht sich alles um XSLT (eXtensible StyleSheet Language for Transformations), dem Standard für die Umwandlung von XML-Daten in solche Formate wie HTML, XML und XHTML sowie auch beliebige Text-Dateien. Im MS SQL Server ist dieser Standard nicht verfügbar, kann jedoch über .NET leicht eingerichtet werden, sodass man dann auch Umwandlungen direkt in T-SQL durchführen kann. Zusätzlich zeigt es auch die Grundelemente von XSLT, damit DB-Programmierer selbst auch XSLT-Dateien entwickeln können. Das sechste Kapitel geht schliesslich auf gängige Nutzungsstrategien und Anwendungsfälle ein, die sich ergeben, sobald man XML und relationale Datenbanken mischt. Es zeigt die zuvor erwähnten Techniken im Zusammenhang, setzt sie aber auch in Beziehung und diskutiert typische Lösungen, die sich durch die Technologie-Kombination ergeben können. Dies sind solche gängigen Szenarien wie Import/Export von Daten, aber auch die Nutzung von XML Serialisierung und XML Deserialisierung für Objektstrukturen einer .NET-Anwendung, wobei als Speicherort für die XML-Daten gerade der MS SQL Server genutzt wird. Ein weitere Teil dieses Kapitel zeigt, welche Möglichkeiten sich noch bieten, wenn man XML Schema an .NET-Klassen bindet.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.11.2020
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