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DevShed.com: MySQL wizardry

DevShed.com: MySQL wizardry

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jun 6, 2001


"According to some authoritative sources (Joe Celko, "SQL for smarties") we should use specialized (and expensive) statistical tools to achieve this purpose with a database server." According to some authoritative sources (Joe Celko, SQL for smarties) we should use specialized (and expensive) statistical tools to achieve this purpose with a database server. My recent experience with MySQL has shown that you don't have to invest a fortune to have server-side cross-tabulations. The way I found it is littered with errors and disappointment, and in perspective it should appear quite boring. This is the chronicle of how I would have liked to find out a solution.

"My recent experience with MySQL has shown that you don't have to invest a fortune to have server-side cross-tabulations. The way I found it is littered with errors and disappointment, and in perspective it should appear quite boring. This is the chronicle of how I would have liked to find out a solution."

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