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Using Databases and SQL at UNE Armidale
Wed. 29 March 2017, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm AEDT
Why do this course?
A relational database is an extremely efficient, fast and widespread means of storing structured data, and Structured Query Language (SQL) is the standard means for reading from and writing to databases. Databases use multiple tables, linked by well-defined relationships, to store large amounts of data without needless repetition while maintaining the integrity of your data.
Moving from spreadsheets and text documents to a structured relational database can be a steep learning curve, but one that will reward you many times over in speed, efficiency and power.
Developed using the researcher-focused training modules from the highly regarded Software Carpentry Foundation (software-carpentry.org).
You’ll learn how to:
Understand and compose a query using SQL
Use the SQL syntax to select, sort and filter data
Calculate new values from existing data
Aggregate data into sums, averages, and other operations
Combine data from multiple tables
Design and build your own relational databases
The Intersect approach to training
At Intersect, we work closely with our member universities to develop and deliver training that targets the day-to-day software and technology problems that researchers face. We deliver hands-on courses in a relaxed setting with knowledgeable, helpful trainers who are themselves researchers and who know how researchers work.
Download the course outline.
For more information visit Learn.intersect.org.au