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Lambda Lab: Accessing All Your Data with Derived Tables

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During this session, we will show you how to add a Derived Table to your Data Source and pull in those specific data points (i.e. groups, cohorts, etc.) or custom fields. You may also want to use a Derived Table to write your own SQL for your own reports.

This is an advanced topic for Zoola Analytics.

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Lambda Lab: Accessing All Your Data with Derived Tables

  1. 1. Lambda Lab Accessing All Your Data With Derived Tables
  2. 2. What is Zoola Analytics Zoola Analytics is an award winning, cloud-based reporting and analytics solution that allows you to prove the impact of your Learning. Zoola gives complete and secure access to your data, stunning reports and dashboards, embedded reports, and automated delivery. Zoola Analytics is built for Moodle, Totara Learn, and xAPI-conformant systems. ● Complete access to all your data including custom fields and tables, ● Choose from a library of over 30 out-of-the-box report and dashboards ● Use the drag and drop designer to create your reports and dashboards, ● Embed your reports and dashboards in your LMS, or ● Schedule them to automate the delivery to your stakeholders
  3. 3. Agenda ● What is a Derived Table ○ when to use it, and ○ what are some common use cases ● How to modify a Data Source and add a Derived Table ● How to write your own SQL and use them in the Data Source 3
  4. 4. The Zoola Information Hierarchy 4 Data Connections Data Sources Ad Hoc Views Reports Dashboards This is the definition of the connection to your database. Only visible when you are creating Data Sources.
  5. 5. The Zoola Information Hierarchy 5 Data Connections Data Sources Ad Hoc Views Reports Dashboards A metadata layer that provides a clean view of the database. A Data Source allows you to control access to the data based on security permissions.
  6. 6. The Zoola Information Hierarchy 6 Data Connections Data Sources Ad Hoc Views Reports Dashboards An Ad Hoc view is used to explore, analyze, and visualize the data provided by the Data Source. Ad Hoc Views are used to create Reports and Dashboards.
  7. 7. The Zoola Information Hierarchy 7 Data Connections Data Sources Ad Hoc Views Reports Dashboards Reports are finalized versions of Ad Hoc Views intended for presentation and analysis purposes, allowing stakeholders to interact with data and export the final result.
  8. 8. The Zoola Information Hierarchy 8 Data Connections Data Sources Ad Hoc Views Reports Dashboards Dashboards combine Reports to deliver an at-a-glance and interactive summary of information for users to view the state of their Learning.
  9. 9. Data Sources
  10. 10. 10 Data Sources
  11. 11. 11 Derived Tables A derived table is a table expression that appears in the FROM clause of a query.
  12. 12. 12 SELECT d.userid AS userid, MAX(CASE WHEN f.shortname = 'gender' THEN d.data ELSE '' END) AS Gender, MAX(CASE WHEN f.shortname = 'state' THEN d.data ELSE '' END) AS State FROM mdl_user_info_data d JOIN mdl_user_info_field f ON d.fieldid = f.id GROUP BY d.userid NOTE :: LEFT JOIN mdl_user.id = der_uf.userid Custom User Profile Field Query
  13. 13. 13 SELECT c.id as cohortid , cm.userid as userid , e.courseid as courseid , c.name as cohort FROM mdl_cohort c INNER JOIN mdl_cohort_members cm ON (cm.cohortid = c.id) INNER JOIN mdl_enrol e ON (e.customint1 = c.id) NOTE :: LEFT JOIN mdl_user.id = der_cohort.userid AND mdl_course.id = der_cohort.courseid Cohort Enrollment Query
  14. 14. SELECT u.lastname AS LAST, u.firstname AS FIRST, u.idnumber AS IDnumber, u.email AS email, c.shortname AS CourseID, COUNT(l.id) AS Edits FROM prefix_user AS u JOIN prefix_role_assignments AS ra ON u.id = ra.userid JOIN prefix_context AS ctx ON ra.contextid = ctx.id JOIN prefix_course AS c ON c.id = ctx.instanceid LEFT JOIN prefix_log AS l ON l.userid = u.id AND l.course = c.id AND l.action NOT LIKE "view%" %%FILTER_STARTTIME:l.TIME:>%% %%FILTER_ENDTIME:l.TIME:<%% WHERE ra.roleid = 5 AND ctx.instanceid = c.id AND c.visible=1 AND c.shortname LIKE '%OL-%' %%FILTER_CATEGORIES:c.category%% GROUP BY u.idnumber HAVING Edits < 2 14 Configurable Report Query (before) source: https://docs.moodle.org/37/en/ad-hoc_contributed_reports
  15. 15. SELECT u.lastname AS LAST , u.firstname AS FIRST , u.idnumber AS IDNumber , u.email AS email , c.shortname AS CourseID , COUNT(l.id) AS Edits FROM mdl_user AS u JOIN mdl_role_assignments AS ra ON ( u.id = ra.userid AND ra.roleid = 5 ) JOIN mdl_context AS ctx ON ( ra.contextid = ctx.id ) JOIN mdl_course AS c ON ( c.id = ctx.instanceid AND c.visible = 1 ) LEFT JOIN mdl_logstore_standard_log AS l ON ( l.userid = u.id AND l.courseid = c.id AND l.action NOT LIKE "view%" AND (from_unixtime(l.timecreated) BETWEEN TIMESTAMP('2018-06-01 00:00:00.000') AND TIMESTAMP('2019-06-01 00:00:00.000')) GROUP BY u.idnumber HAVING Edits < 2 15 Configurable Report Query (after)
  16. 16. Training
  17. 17. Zoola Trial 17
  18. 18. Sign up for our monthly Zoola Analytics Newsletter https://go.lambdasolutions.net/subscribe-to-the-zoola-newsletter 18
  19. 19. Lambda Lab: How to Use Assignment Rubrics to Drive Learning Outcomes ● Tuesday June 25, 10am PT Master Class: Marketing Your eLearning ● Tuesday July 9, 10am PT 19 Upcoming Sessions

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