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By Robin van Schaik,
USAGE First run this script is the database where you want to store this procedure Then you can run the stored procedure with the following statement:
EXEC sp_ObjectExplore 'database.schema.tablename'
You do not need to supply databasename and schema (example: dbo) when table is in same database as this procedure.
If you want additional metrics concerning the distribution of all numeric variables, execute with parameter @distribution='yes'. Example: EXEC sp_ObjectExplore 'database.schema.tablename' , @distribution='yes' If you are only interested in a subset of columns, you can specify them in the parameter @columns Columnnames must be separated by a comma. You can specify them either with or without brackets  Columnnames may not contain commas. Example: EXEC sp_ObjectExplore 'database.schema.tablename' , @distribution='yes' , @columns='column1, column2, etc'
PURPOSE Provide summary information and metrics for any column in a given Table/View Metrics included are: * Total number of records in Object (Records) * Number of values in column (Cnt) * Number of unique values in column (CntDist) * Number of NULL values in column (NullValues) * Min and Max value in column (Min/Max) * Average value in column (Avg) * Standard Deviation in column (StDev) * Number of numeric values in column (IsNum) * Number of integer values in column (IsInt) Optional metrics (only computed if procedure is executed with parameter @distribution='yes' * First Quartile/25% (Q1) * Median (Median) * Third Quartile/75% (Q3) * Interquartile range (IQR) * Skew (Skew) * Kurtosis (Kurt)
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