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Mala's Data Blog

My name is Malathi, a.k.a Mala - I am a DBA turned BI/Data Science person, working with SQL Server since 6.5. I am also founder of the Louisville SQL Server user group, organizer of 8 SQL Saturdays, Regional mentor for northeast, and 12-year PASS conference attendee. In my spare time I love to garden, travel, read, paint, and do yoga.

Archives: September 2016

11 years of PASS Summit

This is a story of my 11-year association with PASS, and the many ways it helped me grow as a person and in my career. And the many ways I saw other people grow.

 Summit #1 – 2006: Gaylord,TX: I was a visa holding dba-developer at a small shop.… Read more

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Posted in Mala's Data Blog on 23 September 2016

Why SQL Cruise?

I was riding the elevator up from lunch today, at work. I am relatively new at my job and do not know several people at my workplace – yet. I live in a small town, and quite a lot of them know me as someone active in the local community.… Read more

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Posted in Mala's Data Blog on 23 September 2016

Associative Statistics – One sample T-Test with TSQL and R

In this post am going to attempt to explore a statistical procedure called ‘One Sample T Test’.

A T-Test is used to test the mean value of a data sample against a known mean of the entire population from where the sample came from. An example would be, if the… Read more

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Posted in Mala's Data Blog on 21 September 2016

Budgeting for SQL Saturdays

We’ve been doing SQLSaturdays for eight years at Louisville now. We’ve had a quite a wide range of budgets depending on the year – a good year (our highest was 2013) and lowest, the first year we started, 2009.

As main organizer, handling the dollars and making sure I spend… Read more

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Posted in Mala's Data Blog on 13 September 2016

Statistics with TSQL and R: Chi Square Test

As I move on from descriptive and  largely univariate (one variable based) analysis of data into more multivariate data – one of the first data analysis tests that came to mind is the Chi Square Test. It is a very commonly used test to understand relationships between two variables that… Read more

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Posted in Mala's Data Blog on 13 September 2016

Statistics with T-SQL and R – the Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient

In this post I will attempt to explore calculation of a very basic statistic based on linear relationship between two variables. That is, a number that tells you if two numeric variables in a dataset are possibly correlated and if yes, by what degree. The Pearson’s coefficient is a number… Read more

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Posted in Mala's Data Blog on 5 September 2016