2017-01-20T11:02:58ZIf you are a shop owner or manager, you already know exactly how important it is to have the right database. From inventory and shipping to employees and customers, you know that even a slow day involves a lot of data maintenance.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZWhat is regression? Learn more about this data mining term here.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZWould you like to learn SQL? This tutorial will introduce you to the basics. Page 3.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZYou can use SQL JOIN statements to combine data from three or more tables. Here you'll see how to accomplish this goal for an inner join.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZWant to create dynamic, server-generated HTML from your Access database? This step-by-step tutorial will walk you through the process.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZThe Northwind database contains some great sample tables, queries, reports and other database features. Here's how to install it.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZThis free Access database of ZIP codes provides database designers with a valuable tool to assist in mapping ZIP codes to a city/state pair and also provides the latitude and longitude of that location.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZMicrosoft SQL Server provides a robust replication facility to distribute and update data in a decentralized fashion.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZA database instance is the entire database environment, but vendors may use the term in a specific way.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZSQL Server provides three recovery models that allow you to specify the way SQL Server manages log files and prepares your enterprise for a disaster: Simple, Full and Bulk logged.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZDatabase normalization is a basic tenet of database application development, but it's not always absolutely necessary. Here's a look at when you might not need to normalize.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZInstall the Northwind sample database for Microsoft Access 2013. This database contains some great sample tables, queries, reports and other database features useful for learning Access.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZThis free Access database of area codes provides database designers with a valuable tool to assist in mapping area codes to a state, province or region.
2017-01-20T11:02:58Zk-means clustering is a data mining/machine learning algorithm used to cluster observations into groups of related observations without any prior knowledge of those relationships. The k-means algorithm is one of the simplest clustering techniques and it is commonly used in medical imaging, biometrics and related fields.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZEditing the raw SQL powering a Microsoft Office query is straightforward -- and Access conforms well to ANSI-standard SQL syntax.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZLearn to retrieve information from your database with the SQL SELECT statement.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZThe ACCDB Access file format has been the default Access file format since its 2007 release. Learn its benefits and how to convert between it and the older format, MDB.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZThe Data Control Language (DCL) is a subset of the Structured Query Lanaguge (SQL) that allows database administrators to configure security access to relational databases.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZOne of the most common uses of a database is generating mass mailings. In this tutorial, we examine the process of creating mailing labels using Microsoft Access 2013 using the built-in Label Wizard.
2017-01-20T11:02:58ZAn entity-relationship diagram is a specialized graphic that illustrates the relationships between entities or concepts in a database.