Revenue analytics and unit economics JOIN + Aggregate Functions = :heart:

94. JOIN + Aggregate Functions = ❤

If you thought that we’re done with grouping and counting forever – nope, that was only the beginning 😆 The real power of this technique comes when we’re joining different tables and then grouping the records in the joined table.

Let’s look at the example of a query we wrote to check revenues per subscription. It’s time to improve it 🚀

SELECT CASE WHEN product_id = 2 THEN 'monthly' WHEN product_id = 3 THEN 'yearly' ELSE 'other_plan' END AS plan, SUM(amount) AS revenue FROM purchases WHERE refunded = FALSE GROUP BY 1 

The main problem we identified...

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