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You can ask about the
What's the capital of France?
SELECT capital FROM world WHERE name = 'France'
You can ask about the
capital or the
continent or the
You can choose a different country.
Tutorials: Learn SQL in stages
- 0 SELECT basics
- Some simple queries to get you started
- 1 SELECT name
- Some pattern matching queries
- 2 SELECT from World
- In which we query the World country profile table.
- 3 SELECT from Nobel
- Additional practice of the basic features using a table of Nobel Prize winners.
- 4 SELECT within SELECT
- In which we form queries using other queries.
- 5 SUM and COUNT
- In which we apply aggregate functions. more the same
- 6 JOIN
- In which we join two tables; game and goals. previously music tutorial
- 7 More JOIN operations
- In which we join actors to movies in the Movie Database.
- 8 Using Null
- In which we look at teachers in departments. previously Scottish Parliament
- 8+ Numeric Examples
- In which we look at a survey and deal with some more complex calculations.
- 9- Window function
- In which we examine UK general election results.
- 9+ COVID 19
- In which we measure the impact of COVID-19
- 9 Self join
- In which we join Edinburgh bus routes to Edinburgh bus routes.
- 10 Tutorial Quizzes
- Test your knowledge with multiple choice quizzes
- 11 Tutorial Student Records
- Creating a database
- 12 Tutorial DDL
- Instructions on how to import data and analyse it in mysql
Reference: how to...
- 1 SELECT
- How to read the data from a database.
- 2 CREATE and DROP
- How to create tables, indexes, views and other things. How to get rid of them.
- 3 INSERT and DELETE
- How to put records into a table, change them and how to take them out again.
- 4 DATE and TIME
- How to work with dates; adding, subtracting and formatting.
- 5 Functions
- How to use string functions, logical functions and mathematical functions.
- 6 Users
- How to create users, GRANT and DENY access, get at other peoples tables. How to find processes and kill them.
- 7 Meta Data
- How to find out what tables and columns exist. How to count and limit the rows return.
- 8 SQL Hacks
- Some SQL Hacks, taken from "SQL Hacks" published by O'Reilly
- 9 Using SQL with PHP on Amazon EC2 servers
- Video tutorials showing how to run MySQL, PHP and Apache on Amazon's EC2 cloud servers.
- Simpler instructions for students following module INF08104 at Edinburgh Napier University
- 10 An introduction to transactions
- Video tutorials showing how sessions can interfere with each other and how to stop it.
- 11 Using SQL with C#
- Code to connect to a database in Visual Studio.
Assessments: More involved examples for confident users
Each assessment includes 15 questions graded easy, medium and hard.
- Module Feedback
- Responses from students on their learning experience.
- Help Desk
- Calls to a support desk
- Guest House
- Managing bookings for a hotel
- Adventure Works
- An example based on a wholesaler (based on MicroSoft's sample database)
- University Timetables
- Schedules for lectures and tutorials
- Bands, Concerts, Performances
- Making and ordering dresses
- Congestion Charging
- Monitoring and charging cars going in and out of London
- SQL User Manuals
- MimerMySQL Oracle SQL Server Access DB2 Sybase Postgres SQLite
- Online copies of implementation specific user manuals.
- Starting SQL
- [ MySQL | Oracle | SQL Server | DB2 | Postgres | Ingres ]
- How to connect to the server and execute SQL statements.
- Programming with SQL
- [ SQL in perl on the Web | SQL from Java ]
- Error Messages
- Some error messages from SQL engines
- Temporary Assessment section, before the main menu is finished.
- Assessment Temp
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