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From Cam Bazz <>
Subject Re: calculating unique views based on ip, session_id
Date Tue, 22 Feb 2011 05:42:59 GMT
The query you have produced mulltiple item_sid's.

This is rather what I have done:

select u.item_sid, count(*) cc from (select distinct item_sid,
ip_number, session_id from item_raw where date_day='20110202') u group
by u.eser_sid

date_day is a partition

and this produced the results i wanted, but as you can see it is a
double query. I dont know if there is a single query way of doing it.

best regards.

On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 4:32 AM, wd <> wrote:
> May be
> select item_sid, count(distinct ip_number, session_id) from item_raw group
> by item_sid, ip_number, session_id (I've not test it, maybe it should be
> concat(ip_number, session_id) instead of ip_number, session_id )
> is what you want.
> 2011/2/21 Cam Bazz <>
>> Hello,
>> So I have table of item views with item_sid, ip_number, session_id
>> I know it will not be that exact, but I want to get unique views per
>> item, and i will accept ip_number, session_id tuple as an unique view.
>> when I want to query just item hits I say: select item_sid, count(*)
>> from item_raw group by item_sid;
>> but if I say:
>> select item_sid, count(*) from item_raw group by item_sid, ip_number,
>> session_id;
>> it will give me duplicate item sids.
>> how can I query per unique tuple of ip_number, session_id per item_sid?
>> best regards,
>> c.b.

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