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Saturday, October 8 • 12:00 - 13:00
Lær SQL for journalister

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Dette er time 1 av et 2-timers kurs.
All data journalists can benefit from learning Structured Query Language or SQL, the language behind database managers. Whether you're hunting for evidence in large databases, needing to mash data tables together, or building an interactive database for your news organization, SQL is a tool for making these data skills possible. This course introduces SQL with an emphasis on how it can help reporters manage data for deeper investigative dives into that data.

SQL lastes ned her før kurset:


Velg ExpressAdv 32BIT\SQLEXPRADV_x86_ENU.exe for the correct 32-bit installer or ExpressAdv 64BIT\SQLEXPRADV_x64_ENU.exe for the correct 64-bit installer.
Bruk 32-bit hvis du er usikker.
Velg "all features" når du installerer.

Mac-brukere som ønsker å installere Windows, gjør dette før kurset starter:

1. Install a program that partitions you harddrive on the Macbook, and prepares one part for Windows. We have very good experiences with Parallels Desktop: http://www.parallels.com It is not free (at € 79,99/year) but in our opinion worth every penny, because it allows you to run Microsoft and OSX programs alongside eachother very smoothly on your Macbook!

 2. Install Windows 10 on your Macbook www.microsoftstore.com

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Andrew Lehren

Senior Editor, NBC News
Andrew W. Lehren is a senior editor on the NBC News investigations team. He has reported on the pandemic and economic relief efforts, and led work on five International Consortium of Investigative Journalists collaborations, including the Implant Files, China Files, and the FinCEN... Read More →

Saturday October 8, 2016 12:00 - 13:00 PDT
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