user1931485 user1931485 - 1 year ago 151
SQL Question

Redshift SQL: swap and aggregate row to column

Here's a table T1 in Redshift:

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I am trying to create a query to represent it in the following manner:

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What is the most optimal way to construct the query. The input table is created dynamically in another SQL query and the resultset of that query will not be small - like 400 to 500 rows / 3 columns.

Greatly appreciate any hints, suggestion, or solution to go about it.

Answer Source

You can use conditional aggregation:

select item,
       sum(case when -period = 'Q1' then counts end) as Q1,
       sum(case when -period = 'Q2' then counts end) as Q2,
       sum(case when -period = 'Q3' then counts end) as Q3
from t
group by item;

If you want the row total, just add sum(counts) after Q3.

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