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SQL Server Statistics by Holger Schmeling

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SQL Server Statistics
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Publisher: Simple-Talk Publishing
ISBN-13: 9781906434618
Number of pages: 43

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Reading Holger's booklet is a great way of brushing up on the subject of Statistics and query-optimization. It is reasonably short, and geared to the practitioner rather than the theoretician. It is careful to stick with the things you need to know.

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