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Tableau + Redshift views for dummies

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Small presentation for an in house training showing how to use Redshift views to avoid problems while filtering our main events table.

Small presentation for an in house training showing how to use Redshift views to avoid problems while filtering our main events table.


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  • 1. Tableau + Redshift views for dummies
  • 2. GOAL Generate a new table with the desired data
  • 3. No, no, no, no We are not going to: • Delete • Insert • Update (for the moment…)
  • 4. What we use Redshift (PostgreSQL 8.0.2) Tableau 8.1 Workbench / Navicat / Aginity workbench (for previous exploration)
  • 5. Selecting columns Select A, C FROM table; A B C 1 ES 10 2 DE 20 3 ES 30 4 FR 40 3 ES 40 6 FR 60 A C 1 10 2 20 3 30 4 40 3 40 6 60
  • 6. Selecting columns and rows A B C 1 ES 10 2 DE 20 3 ES 30 4 FR 40 3 ES 40 6 FR 60 A C 1 10 3 30 3 40 Select A, C WHERE B = ‘ES’ FROM table;
  • 7. Transforming data A B C 1 ES 10 2 DE 20 3 ES 30 4 FR 40 3 ES 40 6 FR 60 Select A, SUM(C) AS revenue FROM table GROUP BY A; A revenue 1 10 2 20 3 70 4 40 6 60
  • 8. Transforming data with operators A B C 1 ES 10 2 DE 20 3 ES 30 4 FR 40 3 ES 40 6 FR 60 Select A, (C – C*.3) AS benefits FROM table; A benefits 1 7 2 14 3 21 4 28 6 28 6 42
  • 9. Mathematical operators Select A, (C – C*.3) AS benefits FROM table; Operator Description Example Result + addition 2 + 3 5 - subtraction 2 - 3 -1 * multiplication 2 * 3 6 / division 4 / 2 2 % modulo 5 % 4 1 ^ exponentiation 2.0 ^ 3.0 8 |/ square root | / 25.0 5 ||/ cube root || / 27.0 3 @ absolute value @ -5.0 5 Math functions: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/redshift/latest/dg/Math_functions.html
  • 10. What seems to work better 1. Create a view in Redshift 2. Add the view to the table 3. Edit the Join if needed 4. Ready to go
  • 11. Create a view in Redshift CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW public.payingusers SELECT transactions.user_id, sum(transactions.amount_in_dollars) AS revenue FROM transactions WHERE transactions.amount_in_dollars > 0::numeric(12,4) GROUP BY transactions.user_id;
  • 12. What seems to work better 1. Create a view in Redshift 2. Add the view to the table 3. Edit the Join if needed 4. Ready to go
  • 13. Add the view to the table • In Data select Edit Tables… and add the view
  • 14. What seems to work better 1. Create a view in Redshift 2. Add the view to the table 3. Edit the Join if needed 4. Ready to go
  • 15. Edit the Join if needed • In Tables select Edit… and check the Join.
  • 16. Ready to go
  • 17. Links • http://www.w3schools.com/sql/ • http://sqlzoo.net • http://aws.amazon.com/es/documentation/redshift/ • http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.0/interactive/index.html • http://www.aginity.com/workbench/redshift/ • http://www.navicat.com/
  • 18. Thanks ! Ivan Magrans Product Owner Golden Manager @ivan_mv ivan@mediavida.com