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Calculations on Aggregate Results
By Richard Rost     2 months ago

Calculations on Aggregate Query Results

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In this video, I'll show you an easy trick to make complex query calculations simpler by using multiple "nested" queries.

Michael from the UK (Expert Student since 2014) asks: I'm having trouble with calculating the number of years between two dates. In my aggregate query I have a field alias FirstDate set Min and second field alias LastDate. Both are from a field named PaymentDate. I've watched your tutorials and have tried all ways but have been unable to get it to work. It keeps rejecting the field name. Can you help?

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