I used to do this in mysql like this
SELECT create_time as Date, count(id) as 'Count', FROM
group by date_format(create_time, '%d %m %Y')
order by date_format(create_time, '%Y-%m-%d') desc limit 7
this will nicely show last seven days views. but I needed to do same thing in postgresql. and like other days its not easily to find. I should check other report codes from project but no I allways research on google :) anyway here is my code:
select to_char(created, 'YYYY-MM-DD') ,count(id)
group by to_char(created, 'YYYY-MM-DD')
order by to_char(created, 'YYYY-MM-DD') desc limit 7
its not bad actually works like a charm but understanding this code is not that easy. after I found this I started to implement needs and see better and easy to understand solutions.
weekly count example. this will show new users weekly parts for last 3 months:
SELECT date_trunc('week', created) AS "Week" , count(id) AS "New Users"
WHERE created > now() - interval '3 months'
GROUP BY "Week"
ORDER BY "Week"
yearly example. this will show monthly 1 year users:
SELECT date_trunc('month', created) AS "Month" , count(id) AS "New Users"
WHERE created > now() - interval '1 year'
GROUP BY "Month"
ORDER BY "Month"
I must say understanding postgresql's sql more easy then mysql.
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