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Exercise: Create aggregate shopping statistics depending on store type
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In Management Studio, open and execute the SQL script in the above folder to generate an empty table called WeirdStats. Your mission is to fill this from the Excel workbook of shopping purchases to get this:
For posh shops (Marks and Spencer and Waitrose), show the single most expensive purchase; for cheap shops (Aldi) show the single cheapest purchase; otherwise show the average purchase value.
The table should also show which statistic you've chosen to display, as well as the number of purchases made in that store.
If you're feeling confident, try doing this without reading on to see a suggested flow diagram.
Here's one possible way to solve this:
One possible answer (but not necessarily the best one!).
When you've got this working, close down the package.