Achieving Advanced Insights with BigQuery
In this course, we will learn how to use BigQuery to do advanced analysis of our data. We will build a database schema and query plan for our BigQuery queries. We will use various tools within the SQL that we have learned in the previous courses to perform advanced SQL queries and to visualize the results we will see which indices we need to use to make our queries. This class will allow us to see the data in a whole data set, so we can make more advanced SQL queries and to visualize the data we will need to use the appropriate indices. We will use the SQLite3 Framework to build our schema and query plan.
This is the second course in the Data Analysis with SQL specialization. The first course was all about data warehousing and storing our data securely. This second course covers advanced SQL queries and how to prepare them in a secure manner. We will learn how to use password protection to ensure that only the authorized user can run queries and how to use SQLite3 for this security. We will also learn how to use SQLite3 for data warehousing and storage. By the end of this course, you should be able to write more complex SQL statements and write them in a secure manner. We will start by writing some basic queries for our queries to ensure that we are working on a master database (which will allow us to run all our queries). We will then learn how to use SQLite3 for data warehousing and storage and use it for our master database. We will then apply various SQL commands to our queries and use it for our master database. Finally, we will use SQLite3 for our queries to make sure that they are safe. We will then apply various SQL commands to our queries to make sure that they are safe. We will then apply various SQL commands to our queries to make sure that they are safe.
This is an intermediate course. To pass this course, you should have at least one (or two) years of SQL experience. You should be familiar with the SQL syntax, the basic query and the possible side effects. You should also have at least one year of programming experience. The code in this course is largely written in Python 3. If you have experience using other programming languages, you may be more at ease using Python.Module 1 – SQL Basics
Module 2 – Preparing Queries and Preparing Queries with Side Effects
Module 3 – SQLite3 Integration
Module 4 – The UT Table and Using it in Production
Alpha, Omega, and a Supernova: The Evolution of the Sun
Are we alone in the Universe?
This course will take you on a journey to learn more about our Sun, the origin of our solar system, and the evolution of our Galaxy. The course will cover the topics of stars, planets, and galaxies, expanding and contracting, black holes, supernovae, black holes