In case you would like to backup view’s sql query code only: bq mk \ –nouse_legacy –view “$(bq show –view –format=prettyjson project1:dataset1.view1 | jq –raw-output .view.query)” \ project2:dataset2.view2 I used jq json tool. In case you would like to materialise the view into table: bq query –nouse_legacy –destination_table=project1:dataset1.table1 “SELECT * FROM project1.dataset1.view1” Update: In case … Read more
We can use REGEXP_EXTRACT here with a capture group: SELECT product, REGEXP_EXTRACT(product, r'([0-9]+)(?:l|ml|gr|g|mg|[a-z]+s)\b’) AS Extracted FROM yourTable; 3 solved Bigquery REGEX getting numbers only that followed by certain text (unit)
You have to pass it in Google Analytics as custom dimension, then you can find it in the reports, filters or segments. 4 solved How to get the segments a user-id belongs to?
You can reference this document: Copy data from Google BigQuery by using Azure Data Factory. This article outlines how to use Copy Activity in Azure Data Factory to copy data from Google BigQuery. It builds on the Copy Activity overview article that presents a general overview of the copy activity. You can copy data from … Read more
I have created a table named S65828793 with your provided data. First I have numbered the rows in ascending sequence of departure time. Then from that I have identified the flights that have been another flight within two consecutive days from opposite direction and marked those as returning flight. Then at last I have excluded … Read more
You get 1 TB free per month with BigQuery, so there is nothing stopping you having a play with it. What’s most likely catching you out is when you click “Free Trial” and you’re asked to set up a billing account and enter a credit card etc. However, you don’t need to do this. You … Read more
The message is clear — you’re approaching the limits of the free quota, likely because you are working in the bigquery sandbox without a billing account configured. Thus, you are subject to the free tier limits, in particular, 10 GB of active storage and 1TB of processing for queries. Google has a guide for upgrading … Read more
Below is for BigQuery Standard SQL and as simple as below #standardSQL SELECT ANY_VALUE(first_name) first_name FROM `project.dataset.table` GROUP BY age As you can see you were missing just aggregation function – it can be any – MAX, MIN, etc. I’ve chosen ANY_VALUE as an example You can test, play with above using some simplified dummy … Read more