Learn how to display a table of aggregate weather statistics.
- [Instructor] In this video, we'll retrieve…the aggregate data from the database…and display it in a table.…First, I'll define a function that I'll call submit-query!,…and it will take a start date and end date…in a human-friendly calendar format.…For the body of this function,…I'll leverage the find-data-in-range function…that we've defined in the database namespace,…and I'll provide it the start date…and end date arguments provided to this function…by using the cal->ms to convert them to milliseconds.…
Now we can query the database using submit-query!…and human-friendly calendar format strings.…Next I'll write our display function…that prints out a table, and leverages this function.…Let's call this display-query-result.…This'll also take a start date and end date.…First I'll create a let binding…and I'll bind result to a call to submit-query!…with the start date and end date provided.…This will return a map with keys for the average…and median values of our three weather metrics.…
I'd like to destructure this using keys,…
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