Exploring Data and Analytics — and extracting life lessons.

Curating a chronological anthology of my musings on data, analytics, SQL, and profound life lessons, along with insights on leadership and management.

Understanding Recursive Functions and Common Table Expressions (CTEs) in SQL

Two of SQL’s most powerful tools are recursive functions and Common Table Expressions (CTEs). These features equip programmers with the capability to navigate hierarchical data structures and execute iterative operations adeptly. In this blog post, we’ll delve deep into the intricacies of recursive functions and CTEs, uncovering their functionalities and practical applications within SQL.

Google Sheets Query: Elevate Your Data Insights

Google Sheets stands as one of the most adaptable tools in the spreadsheet software market, offering extensive capabilities for data analysis and manipulation. Its robust query function, a standout feature, empowers users to swiftly extract meaningful insights from their data. This blog post takes a closer look at the Google Sheets Query function, exploring its features, syntax, and capacity to optimize and simplify your data analysis processes.

Data Analysis with Pandas: Unlocking the Power of Dataframe Operations

A DataFrame is a fundamental data structure offered by the Pandas module in Python, frequently used for data manipulation and analysis. Filtering, sorting, grouping, and aggregation are some of the many data operations you can easily carry out by using the DataFrame.

Common SQL mistakes and how to avoid them

You’ve crafted a piece of SQL code, all set to extract information from your database. You type in the code, but to your surprise, no data shows up. Instead, an error message pops up. But hang on, don’t lose hope! Making mistakes while coding is perfectly normal, even when working with SQL. In this post, we’ll delve into six typical blunders folks tend to make when they’re working on SQL.

Deep Dive into SQL Window Functions

In SQL, the window function has the same function name that the aggregate part contains in it. Do these two functions perform similarly to one another? Let us learn about window functions and their unique features through this blog.

Tableau vs Power BI: Which one to learn in 2023?

When businesses first started collecting large volumes of data as part of the big data trend, they needed a handy and quick way to get a thorough knowledge of their data. Features like data integration, data modeling, data visualization, ad hoc querying, and reporting are frequently found in business intelligence solutions. They enable companies to monitor trends, identify patterns, track key performance indicators (KPIs), and create reports and dashboards for data-driven decision-making.