Product Analytics. Part 1 Inspecting pageviews table. SCHEMAs in SQL

126. Inspecting pageviews table. SCHEMAs in SQL


The more we explore Bindle’s data warehouse the more tables we see – users, purchases, books. Data warehouse could easily hold hundreds of tables and it could get messy. We need a way to organize tables and this is where SCHEMA comes into play.

Schemas basically are folders we could group our tables in. The syntax is quite simple – we just prepend schema name to a table name. Pageviews and events are stored inside web_analytics schema.

web_analytics.pageviews table

As always, before we dive into complex queries let’s just see what’s inside...

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