Part 3–Getting start with Statistics for Oracle Data Science projects
This is the Part 3 blog post on getting started with Statistics for Oracle Data Science projects.
- The first blog post in the series looked at the DBMS_STAT_FUNCS PL/SQL package, what it can be used for and I give some sample code on how to use it in your data science projects. I also give some sample code that I typically run to gather some additional stats.
- The second blog post will look at some of the other statistical functions that exist in SQL that you will/may use regularly in your data science projects.This is the second blog on getting started with Statistics for Oracle Data Science projects.
- The third blog post will provide a summary of the other statistical functions that exist in the database.
The table below is a collection of most of the statistical functions in Oracle 11.2. The links in the table bring you to the relevant section of the Oracle documentation where you will find a description of each function, the syntax and some examples of each.
The list about may not be complete (I’m sure it is not), but it will cover most of what you will need to use in your Oracle projects.
If you come across or know of other useful statistical functions in Oracle let me know the details and I will update the table above to include them.