How to Transform Tables with SQL
Practice more SQL in this course that covers how to manipulate and transform data.
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Prerequisites1 courseWe suggest you complete the following courses before you get started with How to Transform Tables with SQL:
- Learn SQL
About this course
This course lets you get more sophisticated with what you can do with data. Even if you are not doing data analysis yourself, understanding what is possible is essential in today’s data-driven world.
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Frequently asked questions about How to Transform Tables with SQL
SQL (Structured Query Language) is used to work with relational databases, which store information in multiple separate tables that are related to each other in a predetermined structure. For example, many businesses have databases of customers with connected tables for names and order numbers.