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Data Analysis Using SQL and Excel

Gordon S. Linoff

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A practical guide to data mining using SQL and Excel
Data Analysis Using SQL and Excel, 2nd Edition shows you how to leverage the two most popular tools for data query and analysis--SQL and Excel--to perform sophisticated data analysis without the need for complex and expensive data mining tools. Written by a leading expert on business data mining, this book shows you how to extract useful business information from relational databases. You'll learn the fundamental techniques before moving into the "where" and "why" of each analysis, and then learn how to design and perform these analyses using SQL and Excel. Examples include SQL and Excel code, and the appendix shows how non-standard constructs are implemented in other major databases, including Oracle and IBM DB2/UDB. The companion website includes datasets and Excel spreadsheets, and the book provides hints, warnings, and technical asides to help you every step of the way.
Data Analysis Using SQL and Excel, 2nd Edition shows you how to perform a wide range of sophisticated analyses using these simple tools, sparing you the significant expense of proprietary data mining tools like SAS.
* Understand core analytic techniques that work with SQL and Excel
* Ensure your analytic approach gets you the results you need
* Design and perform your analysis using SQL and Excel
Data Analysis Using SQL and Excel, 2nd Edition shows you how to best use the tools you already know to achieve expert results.

GORDON S. LINOFF has been working with databases for more decades than he cares to admit. He starting learning about SQL by memorizing the SQL 92 standard while leading a development team (at the now-defunct Thinking Machines Corporation) writing the first high-performance database focused on the complex queries needed for decision support.
After that endeavor, Gordon co-founded Data Miners in 1998, a consulting practice devoted to data mining, analytics, and big data. A constant theme in his work is data-and often data in relational databases. His SQL skills have only gotten stronger over the years. In 2014, he was the top contributor to Stack Overflow, the leading question-and-answer-site for technical questions.
His other books include the bestselling Data Mining Techniques, Third Edition; Mastering Data Mining; and Mining the Web-which focus on data mining and analysis. This book follows on the popularity of the first edition, with a practical focus on how to actually get and interpret results.


Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 800
Erscheinungsdatum 01.01.2016
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-119-02143-8
Verlag John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Maße (L/B/H) 23.3/18.7/4.3 cm
Gewicht 1314 g
Abbildungen schwarzweisse Abbildungen, Tabellen, Diagramme
Auflage 2. Auflage


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  • Foreword xxxiii
    Introduction xxxvii
    Chapter 1 A Data Miner Looks at SQL 1
    Chapter 2 What's in a Table? Getting Started with Data Exploration 49
    Chapter 3 How Different Is Different? 97
    Chapter 4 Where Is It All Happening? Location, Location, Location 145
    Chapter 5 It's a Matter of Time 197
    Chapter 6 How Long Will Customers Last? Survival Analysis to Understand Customers and Their Value 255
    Chapter 7 Factors Affecting Survival: The What and Why of Customer Tenure 315
    Chapter 8 Customer Purchases and Other Repeated Events 367
    Chapter 9 What's in a Shopping Cart? Market Basket Analysis 421
    Chapter 10 Association Rules and Beyond 465
    Chapter 11 Data Mining Models in SQL 507
    Chapter 12 The Best-Fit Line: Linear Regression Models 561
    Chapter 13 Building Customer Signatures for Further Analysis 609
    Chapter 14 Performance Is the Issue: Using SQL Effectively 655
    Appendix Equivalent Constructs Among Databases 703
    Index 731