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DevShed.com: MySQL wizardry
Jun 6, 2001, 17 :38 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1051 reads)

"According to some authoritative sources (Joe Celko, "SQL for smarties") we should use specialized (and expensive) statistical tools to achieve this purpose with a database server."

"My recent experience with MySQL has shown that you don't have to invest a fortune to have server-side cross-tabulations. The way I found it is littered with errors and disappointment, and in perspective it should appear quite boring. This is the chronicle of how I would have liked to find out a solution."

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