Overview of Aggregate Function Queries in Access Aggregate function queries in Access let you create summary queries that perform a mathematical function, called an “aggregate function,” on a field, based on groups of values found in another grouped query field or grouped query fields. These are usually shorter queries, often used for reporting.
Insert Table Formulas in Word: Overview You can insert table formulas in Word tables to perform simple mathematical functions on data. To insert table formulas in Word that add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers in the table cells, you insert formulas into cells where you want to show the answers to the mathematical operations
Function Compatibility in Excel: Overview Function compatibility in Excel supports older functions that have been replaced by newer versions of those functions. In Excel, some older formula functions have been replaced with new versions. These replacements occur to increase their accuracy and to better reflect their purpose. These new, more accurate statistical functions have
Create Calculated Columns in Power Pivot in Excel: Overview This lesson shows you how to create calculated columns in Power Pivot in Excel. You can create calculated columns and measures from the tables in the Power Pivot data model. Doing this lets you create table values that you can then add to PivotTables and
Create a Calculated Field in Access: Overview You can easily create a calculated field in Access queries. A calculated field is a field that derives its value by performing a function on values from other table fields. It can also calculate values entered by hand. The field’s data only appears for the duration of
To view the complete tutorial, click here Understanding SQL Functions Functions serve a wide range of purposes within SQL. You can use aggregate functions to perform calculations on grouped values within a query. That is one very common use of functions within SQL. However, there are other types of