Code Challenge 51 - Analyse NBA Data with SQL/sqlite3 - Review

PyBites, Mon 24 September 2018, Challenges

data, data analysis, NBA, SQL, sqlite3

In this article we review last week's Analyse NBA Data with SQL/sqlite3 code challenge.

Our solution

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Some learnings:

Community solutions

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Some learnings taken from these Pull Requests:

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