I may be switching up the title, but this is really a Part 4 of my closer look at SELECTs.
(Miss my previous posts about SELECTs? Check out Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3!)
Up to now, I’ve talked about SELECTs for your database tables and objects and they can start to help you understand how you use your data. But now let’s build on the other things you can SELECT from to learn about your database.