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Databases are useful for both storing and using data effectively. Using a relational database serves several purposes.
This lesson will teach you what relational databases are, how you can load data into them and how you can query databases to extract just the information that you need.
This lesson is for all researchers working with relatively large amounts of data.
You will learn:
This will be a hands-on in-person workshop.
There is no prerequisite knowledge for this lesson short of knowing how to use your computer.
You will need a working installation of DB Browser for SQLite which is available for all major operating systems, instructions will be circulated prior to the event.
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