MySQL STD() function returns the population standard deviation of expression. It returns NULL if no matching row is found.

## How does MySQL calculate standard deviation?

**Here is the description from MySQL manual:**

- STD(expr) Returns the population standard deviation of expr. …
- STDDEV(expr) Returns the population standard deviation of expr. …
- STDDEV_POP(expr) Returns the population standard deviation of expr (the square root of VAR_POP()). …
- STDDEV_SAMP(expr)

## How do you calculate standard deviation in SQL?

**SQL** Server Rider

**STDEV**( [ ALL | DISTINCT ] column name or expression ) – This function is used to **compute** statistical **standard deviation** from sample data. STDEVP( [ ALL | DISTINCT ] column name or expression ) – This function is used to **compute** statistical **standard deviation** for an entire population data.

## What are the MySQL aggregate functions?

Syntax:

Aggregate Function | Descriptions |
---|---|

count() | It returns the number of rows, including rows with NULL values in a group. |

sum() | It returns the total summed values (Non-NULL) in a set. |

average() | It returns the average value of an expression. |

min() | It returns the minimum (lowest) value in a set. |

## Which are not aggregate functions in MySQL?

As you have already pointed that in MySQL we have aggregate functions including AVG, COUNT, SUM, MAX and MIN. But we **dont have any non-aggregate functions** as such. However there are Mathematical Functions and Date and Time Functions in MySql which you can look for.

## How do you find the highest value in SQL?

To find the max value of a column, **use the MAX() aggregate function**; it takes as its argument the name of the column for which you want to find the maximum value. If you have not specified any other columns in the SELECT clause, the maximum will be calculated for all records in the table.

## How do you find the mean in SQL?

Mean is **the average of the given data set calculated by dividing the total sum by the number of values in data set**.

## What is sample standard deviation in statistics?

A standard deviation is a **statistic that measures the dispersion of a dataset relative to its mean**. The standard deviation is calculated as the square root of variance by determining each data point’s deviation relative to the mean.

## What does the standard deviation tell you?

Standard deviation tells **you how spread out the data is**. It is a measure of how far each observed value is from the mean. In any distribution, about 95% of values will be within 2 standard deviations of the mean.

## What is MySQL interview questions?

**Basic MySQL Interview Questions**

- What is MySQL? MySQL is a database management system for web servers. …
- What are some of the advantages of using MySQL? …
- What do you mean by ‘databases’? …
- What does SQL in MySQL stand for? …
- What does a MySQL database contain? …
- How can you interact with MySQL? …
- What are MySQL Database Queries?

## What are the DML commands?

**Some commands of DML are:**

- SELECT – retrieve data from the a database.
- INSERT – insert data into a table.
- UPDATE – updates existing data within a table.
- DELETE – deletes all records from a table, the space for the records remain.
- MERGE – UPSERT operation (insert or update)
- CALL – call a PL/SQL or Java subprogram.

## What is join in MySQL?

MySQL JOINS are **used to retrieve data from multiple tables**. A MySQL JOIN is performed whenever two or more tables are joined in a SQL statement. There are different types of MySQL joins: MySQL INNER JOIN (or sometimes called simple join) MySQL LEFT OUTER JOIN (or sometimes called LEFT JOIN)