SQL Query Creation
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Project Budget$300 - $500 USD
We are looking for a talented freelancer who can write SQL queries to automate the analysis of a social media analytics tool we are building.
This project requires advanced SQL ability and familiarity with Microsoft ACE OleDB. Developer will be provided with database (currently ACCESS) and a series of sentences, and will write a single SQL statement per sentence which can produce the data needed for each sentence.
Here is an example of a sentence and SQL query:
Example: "The average age amongst 11 competitors is [url removed, login to view] years."
SQL: SELECT COUNT(competitors), AVG(age) FROM database
Developer must possess excellent English skills and availability via Skype. Work will be ongoing, with potential adaptation into mySQL or SQL Server.
The successful freelancer will be whoever can provide working SQL queries based on the data. Attached is a sample Access database containing a sample data set. Below are three sample written takeaways that can be generated from the dataset. Please respond with a private message with your answer - we will validate for accuracy.
Sample Takeaways - please answer with how this can be generated via a SQL Query:
-A total of X posts were generated across Y reviewed brands.
-Since START DATE, X selected competitors have posted a combined Y posts, engaging with approximately Z of these users.
-Exceeding 500,000 fans establishes leadership in this category, which is accomplished by McDonald's and Subway. (This number will vary in each data set. Is it possible to use one statistical deviation above the median?)
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