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COUNT() Syntax. SELECT COUNT(column_name) FROM table_name. WHERE condition. AVG() Syntax. SELECT AVG(column_name) FROM table_name. WHERE condition. SUM() Syntax. SELECT SUM(column_name) FROM table_name. WHERE condition.
SELECT COUNT returns a count of the number of data values. SELECT SUM returns the sum of the data values. SELECT AVG returns the average of the data values.
SELECT COUNT returns a count of the number of data values. SELECT SUM returns the sum of the data values. SELECT AVG returns the average of the data values.
Use the COUNT function to count the number of cells containing numbers. Use the COUNT IF function to count cells based on a specific criterion. Use the COUNTIES function to count cells based on multiple criteria. Use the SUM function to add the values of a range of cells.
COUNT() is used to take a name of a column, and counts the number of non-empty values in that column. In general, use COUNT() when you want to count how many rows contain a non-empty value for a specified column. Use SUM() when you want to get the total sum of all values in a column.
SUM is used with a GROUP BY clause. The aggregate functions summarize the table data. Once the rows are divided into groups, the aggregate functions are applied in order to return just one value per group. It is better to identify each summary row by including the GROUP BY clause in the query result.
SELECT COUNT returns a count of the number of data values. SELECT SUM returns the sum of the data values. SELECT AVG returns the average of the data values.
GROUP BY enables you to use aggregate functions on groups of data returned from a query. FILTER is a modifier used on an aggregate function to limit the values used in an aggregation. All the columns in the select statement that aren't aggregated should be specified in a GROUP BY clause in the query.
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