Posts tagged duckdb

Working With Files Deep in Your Code

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Tables: Window Functions vs Group By

Both “window” and “group by” operations are used to perform operations across a subset of rows of a table. These rows are subsetted based on a unique grouping of values within a column.

For example the following table has 3 columns 'sensor', 'date', and 'temperature' to represent different temperatures collected by different sensors (presumably in different locations) across different days.

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