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  1. Relational database : selected writings

    Date, C. J.
    Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1986.

  2. Introducing relational database

    Mayne, Alan J. (Alan James), 1927-
    Manchester, Eng. : National Computing Centre, 1983.

  3. Relational database theory

    Atzeni, Paolo, 1957-
    Redwood City, Calif.: Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co., c1993.

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  1. SQL 101: Getting Started with SQL Workshop

    Time and Date: Wednesday 09 October 2019 / 1:30PM - 3:30PM Location: Branner Library Teaching Corner, Mitchell Earth Sciences Building Admission: Free. Open to Current Stanford Affiliates only. Registration is required. Space is limited, with a waitlist when all slots are full. Logging into Google using your Stanford credentials (you may need to sign out of your personal account), sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScpIXv9TiDlWgzZkohI_OkegTSaIp8D6bf2Ln9angNbpu2VGw/viewform?usp=sf_link Audience: Faculty / Staff / Students Event Sponsor: Stanford University Libraries Contact: Zac Painter, zwp@stanford.edu More Information and Description: Do you need to ask complicated questions of your data? Do you need something sophisticated and a spreadsheet just won't do? Then a relational database may be for you. Join us for a hands-on, interactive introduction to SQL, the language for querying relational databases. Instructor: Dr. Amy Hodge, Stanford Libraries After attending this workshop you will be able to:     Understand what a relational database is and why you might want to use one    Write SQL queries using best practices for syntax and style    Combine data across multiple tables    Subset, filter, sort, count, and group data from the database  You should bring a laptop to the workshop. Please install DB Browser for SQLite (http://sqlitebrowser.org/) before you come.

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  2. Hands-on Introduction to SQL (Structured Query Language)

    Do you need to ask complicated questions of your data? Do you need sophistication and a spreadsheet just won't do? Then a relational database may be for you! Join us for a hands-on, interactive introduction to SQL, the language for querying structured data. Topics: importing content into a SQLite database (DB) info on relational DBs, DB management systems, and DB design basic queries, including unique values and calculations filtering building complex queries sorting nulls order of execution aggregating joining set operators Computers with all the necessary software will be provided for 20 students. If you would like to use your own computer you MUST have the FIREFOX browser already installed before coming to the workshop. (I know, I know - I use Chrome too, but the plug-in we will be using only works on Firefox.)

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  3. Hands-on Introduction to SQL (Structured Query Language)

    Do you need to ask complicated questions of your data? Do you need sophistication and a spreadsheet just won't do? Then a relational database may be for you! Join us for a hands-on, interactive introduction to SQL, the language for querying structured data. Topics: importing content into a SQLite database (DB) info on relational DBs, DB management systems, and DB design basic queries, including unique values and calculations filtering building complex queries sorting nulls order of execution aggregating joining set operators Computers with all the necessary software will be provided for 20 students. If you would like to use your own computer you MUST have the FIREFOX browser already installed before coming to the workshop. (I know, I know - I use Chrome too, but the plug-in we will be using only works on Firefox.

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