How to Get Started With AWS Spectrum in Minutes

AWS Redshift Spectrum is Amazon’s newest database technology, allowing exabyte scale data in S3 to be accessed through Redshift. This is not simply file access; Spectrum uses Redshift's brain, deploying workers by the thousands to order, join and aggregate your data before sending the minimum amount of data needed back to your Redshift cluster to finish your query. Learn how to get started!

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Using Spline Interpolation in SQL to Analyze Sparse Data

Data scientists use spline interpolation to produce smooth graphs and estimate missing values by “filling in” the space between discrete points of data. We can use SQL to better approximate our real world data.

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Net Promoter Score and Survey Analysis in SQL

Introduced by Fred Reichheld in 2003, Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a simple method for measuring the likelihood your customers will recommend your product or service. It requires that you survey respondents and ask one simple question: “How likely are you to recommend [Company/Product/Service] to a friend or colleague?”

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How to Calculate Confidence Intervals in SQL

Imagine you have a small online business. This month 200 users signed up on your website, and 10 of them bought your $800 service. Great! You’ve made $8k of income. How much should you expect to make this year?

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