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Three-table join with NO EXISTS

I have three tables and would like to answer the following question in SQL: “Who has only certifications that do NOT have scores?” For instance, in the setup below, the query would return “John” only. Joana has the “AWS Certification”, which is in SCORE table (id 57). Marry has the “ITIL V3 Certification” which is not in the SCORE table,

Scenarios andsSteps “get last change” problem

I have following table abstracting some scenarios and their steps ordered by START_DATE “desc”. SCENARIO_KEY STEP_KEY START_DATE END_DATE PREVIOUS_SCENARIO_KEY PREVIOUS_STEP_KEY 128 44 20xx04x4 0 120 44 120 44 20xx03x3 20xx04x4 120 38 120 38 20xx11x0 20xx03x3 121 38 121 38 20xx07x2 20xx11x0 120 44 120 44 20xx07x1 20xx07x2 120 38 I need to get first scenario_key (or another identifier) after

Determine growth in value in a specific time range

Given the following data set example, how should I structure my SQL query in order to determine if the value has grown over time (given a time range in the query) for a specific UserId by returning either a positive/negative growth percentage result or a true/false result UserId timestamp value 1 1617711825 350 1 1617711829 400 1 1617711830 450 5

Python Pandas non equal join

Have table OUT Need: so i need make non equal join equivalent SQL query : or as SQL query: The problem in PANDAS is that NON EQUAL SELF JOIN cannot be done with MERGE. And I can’t find another way….. Answer We can solve this in pandas in a smarter way by using groupby with agg and joining the strings.

Oracle SQL analytical query

SQL> select LAST_UPDATED_DATE, ODOMETER from demo; LAST_UPDA ODOMETER ——— ———- 05-OCT-18 47174.77 08-OCT-18 12-OCT-18 50246.37 15-OCT-18 19-OCT-18 53743.11 21-OCT-18 22-OCT-18 25-…

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