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June 29, 2020 2 minute read

How to Do Linear Regression in SQL

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Julia Glick

Senior Data Scientist

"We’ve all had to work with simpler tools than we might like from time to time, and I have gotten a lot of mileage out of doing regression analyses directly in SQL."

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Analysis

June 16, 2020 4 minute read

Use Common Table Expressions (CTE) to Keep Your SQL Clean [with example]

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Joel Carron

Data Scientist at Mode

Here at Mode, we put a lot of emphasis on writing good, clean SQL. As a collaborative team, it’s important that our queries can be easily read and understood by our teammates.

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Analysis

May 27, 2020 1 minute read

Newly Remote Workers Left Internet Explorer at the Office

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Joel Carron

Data Scientist at Mode

As COVID-19 caused many people to start working from home, we observed an interesting trend: a steep decline in the rate of web traffic to our site from people using the Internet Explorer web browser.

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Analysis

May 21, 2020 4 minute read

Reassessing Customer Health Scores in a Fluctuating Market

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Lizz Harrell

VP of Customer Success

Here’s how we launched a volatility-driven customer health score model in days, not weeks.

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Analysis

April 27, 2020 5 minute read

13 Shortcuts for Mode Power Users

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Sam Novak

Senior Product Design Lead

Have a lot of analysis to get through? Here’s a quick list of handy shortcuts for Mode power users.

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Analysis

January 9, 2020 5 minute read

A Dispassionate Examination of the Empirical Evidence Regarding Positional Punctuation in SQL

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Benn Stancil

Chief Analyst

"As data scientists, our work sways elections; our models move markets; our recommendations launch and dismantle businesses. In positions of such influence, we haven’t the time to waste on petty distractions of little import. Which is why I believe it’s critical to step back...and take on a far more consequential matter: Should SQL queries use trailing or leading commas?"

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