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### 5 SQL Queries That Popularly Used in Data Analysis

Here are five popular SQL queries frequently used in data analysis. 1. SELECT with Aggregations Summarize data by calculating aggregates like counts, sums, averages, etc. SELECT department, COUNT(*) as employee_count, AVG(salary) as average_salary FROM employees GROUP BY department; 2. JOIN Operations  Combine data from multiple tables based on a related column. SELECT e.employee_id, e.name, d.department_name FROM employees e JOIN departments d ON e.department_id = d.department_id; 3. WHERE Clause for Filtering Filter records based on specified conditions. SELECT * FROM sales WHERE sale_date BETWEEN '2024-01-01' AND '2024-12-31'   AND amount > 1000; 4. ORDER BY Clause for Sorting Sort results in ascending or descending order based on one or more columns. SELECT product_name, price FROM products ORDER BY price DESC; 5. GROUP BY with HAVING Clause Group records and apply conditions to the aggregated results. SELECT department, SUM(salary) as total_salaries FROM employ

# How to Use Chaid Useful for Data Science Developers

The Chaid is one of the most asked skills for Data Science engineers. The CHAID Analysis (Chi-Square Automatic Interaction Detection) is a form of analysis that determines how variables best combine to explain the outcome in a given dependent variable. Chaid Model The model can be used in cases of market penetration, predicting and interpreting responses, or a multitude of other research problems. CHAID analysis is especially useful for data expressing categorized values instead of continuous values. For this kind of data, some common statistical tools such as regression are not applicable and CHAID analysis is a perfect tool to discover the relationship between variables.  One of the outstanding advantages of CHAID analysis is that it can visualize the relationship between the target (dependent) variable and the related factors with a tree 1. CHAID Analysis for Surveys Analysis Most survey answers have categorized values instead of continuous values.  Finding out the statistical re