Looking for a place to build your own solid SQL foundation? This learning path will teach you basic SQL statements like WHERE, GROUP BY, ORDER BY, and HAVING. You’ll also learn how to JOIN tables and add, modify, or remove data from a database.Start learning
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This learning path is designed for complete SQL beginners with no previous knowledge of SQL or databases. It benefits data analysts working with relational databases or anyone interested in learning standard SQL. Scroll down for details.
Welcome to SQL Foundations! This learning path will give you a practical overview of SQL. You’ll find out how to write an SQL query and how to use common functions to work with a database. Our hands-on approach has you writing code all by yourself very early in the first course. We'll start simple (promise!) and learn the bare basics. Then we’ll slowly progress to more advanced features, like combining data from multiple tables with JOIN or building complex SQL queries using aggregations or subqueries (i.e. queries inside queries). By the end of this track, you’ll feel comfortable inserting, updating, and deleting data from a database. You’ll also be able to create a basic SQL report from scratch and work with multiple tables in one query.
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Gaining insight from collected data plays an important role in today's information-driven world. During this online course, you'll practically learn how to write basic SQL queries to find answers to your business questions in the PostgreSQL database. No previous IT experience required.
Learn how to use common PostgreSQL functions to process various types of data with ease. Soon, you'll be able to modify textual data, perform calculations, round numbers up or down, change date and time formats, and even adjust time zone info!
A data manipulation language (DML) helps you retrieve, store, modify, and delete data in a database. In this online course, you'll learn how to use PostgreSQL INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE DML commands to control the information inside.