Working with SQLite3 and descriptive statistics

So far, we've seen how to generate an SQLite3 database using the sqlite3 command-line utility, and how to interact with that database within Haskell. This section combines the knowledge of descriptive statistics from Chapter 1Descriptive Statistics, with our database work in Chapter 2, SQLite3. We will be using descriptive statistics with our SQLite3 database in this section. First, we will create our descriptive statistics module from functions found in our Baseball notebook. Second, we will slice up some data using SELECT queries. Third, we will pass data to our descriptive statistics functions, and discuss the results. We'll be looking at earthquakes, specifically in the region of Oklahoma. ...

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