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  1. Undergraduate Economics Association 1 By: Spencer Petitti (VP of Editorial Content) Week 6: SQL
  2. Undergraduate Economics Association SQL Workshop 1. What is SQL? 2. What practical applications does it have? 3. Syntax and Use 2
  3. Undergraduate Economics Association SQL 3 • A very high level programming language, used to access information stored on a database system • SQL let you manipulate data easily through a series of commands • Why use SQL? • Relational Databases vs. Flat Database • http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/training/relational-means-data-in-multiple- tables-RZ010253998.aspx?section=3
  4. Undergraduate Economics Association SQL 4 • Main ideas: • Data is stored in tables • Fields (Columns) • Records (Rows)
  5. Undergraduate Economics Association PracticalApplications 5 1. MySQL, SQLite 1. Relational Database Management Systems 2. Microsoft Access 1. ACCDB file type 3. SAS, STATA 1. .dta file type, not a database
  6. Undergraduate Economics Association PracticalApplications 6 1. SQLite
  7. Undergraduate Economics Association PracticalApplications 7
  8. Undergraduate Economics Association Syntax(selecting) 8 • The Basics (the SQL query): • SELECT • Choosing your data to manipulate or view by field (column) • FROM • Choosing your data by table • WHERE • The parameters of your query, will define what results you see • http://sqlzoo.net
  9. Undergraduate Economics Association Syntax(updating) 9 • A little more advanced: • UPDATE • Choosing your data by table • SET • Choosing your data to manipulate by field (column) • WHERE • The parameters of your query, will define what results you see • IF YOU DO NOT SET A WHERE CLAUSE, YOU LOSE ALL DATA! • An update query will not show results without a select query!
  10. Undergraduate Economics Association Syntax(inserting) 10 • A little more advanced: • Two ways: • INSERT INTO • Choosing your data entry point manipulate by table(field,field) • SELECT • Choosing your data by field • FROM • Choosing your data by table OR • INSERT INTO • VALUES ('2012',’Sydney'),('2016',’Athens'),(‘2020’,’Beijing’); • An update query will not show results without a select query!
  11. Undergraduate Economics Association PrimaryKeyandForeignKey 11 • The Primary Key is a unique identifier that defines each row • Ex. Your BU ID number • Data without an assigned Primary Key will create errors in your database • Cannot contain NULL values • Foreign Keys point to Primary Keys in other tables, linking them together • Persons linked to Orders table, cannot create new order without P_id link
  12. Undergraduate Economics Association Syntax 12 • Google is your friend • http://stackoverflow.com • “Introduction to Access SQL”, Microsoft website • Also: Microsoft Office training courses • http://www.w3schools.com/sql
  13. Undergraduate Economics Association Upcoming: 13 • Email reports to spetitti@bu.edu • The UEA will be compiling the information into a release for the journal, each individual will be credited for their contribution

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