Funciones de numeración

En las siguientes secciones, se describen las funciones de numeración que admite BigQuery. Las funciones de numeración son un subconjunto de funciones analíticas. Para crear una llamada a una función analítica y obtener información sobre la sintaxis de estas, consulta llamadas de funciones analíticas.

Las funciones de numeración asignan valores de números enteros a cada fila en función de su posición en la ventana especificada. La sintaxis de la cláusula OVER varía según las funciones de navegación.

RANK

RANK()
OVER over_clause

over_clause:
  { named_window | ( [ window_specification ] ) }

window_specification:
  [ named_window ]
  [ PARTITION BY partition_expression [, ...] ]
  ORDER BY expression [ { ASC | DESC }  ] [, ...]

Descripción

Muestra el rango ordinal (que se basa en 1) de cada fila dentro de la partición ordenada. Todas las filas del mismo nivel reciben el mismo valor de rango. La siguiente fila o conjunto de filas del mismo nivel recibe un valor de rango que aumenta según el número de filas del mismo nivel con el valor de rango anterior, en lugar de DENSE_RANK, que siempre aumenta en 1.

Para obtener más información sobre la cláusula OVER y cómo usarla, consulta Llamadas a funciones analíticas.

Tipo de datos que se muestra

INT64

Ejemplos

WITH Numbers AS
 (SELECT 1 as x
  UNION ALL SELECT 2
  UNION ALL SELECT 2
  UNION ALL SELECT 5
  UNION ALL SELECT 8
  UNION ALL SELECT 10
  UNION ALL SELECT 10
)
SELECT x,
  RANK() OVER (ORDER BY x ASC) AS rank
FROM Numbers

+-------------------------+
| x          | rank       |
+-------------------------+
| 1          | 1          |
| 2          | 2          |
| 2          | 2          |
| 5          | 4          |
| 8          | 5          |
| 10         | 6          |
| 10         | 6          |
+-------------------------+
WITH finishers AS
 (SELECT 'Sophia Liu' as name,
  TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:51:45' as finish_time,
  'F30-34' as division
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lisa Stelzner', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:54:11', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Nikki Leith', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lauren Matthews', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:01:17', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Desiree Berry', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:05:42', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Suzy Slane', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:24', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Jen Edwards', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:36', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Meghan Lederer', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34')
SELECT name,
  finish_time,
  division,
  RANK() OVER (PARTITION BY division ORDER BY finish_time ASC) AS finish_rank
FROM finishers;

+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| name            | finish_time            | division | finish_rank |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| Sophia Liu      | 2016-10-18 09:51:45+00 | F30-34   | 1           |
| Meghan Lederer  | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 2           |
| Nikki Leith     | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 2           |
| Jen Edwards     | 2016-10-18 10:06:36+00 | F30-34   | 4           |
| Lisa Stelzner   | 2016-10-18 09:54:11+00 | F35-39   | 1           |
| Lauren Matthews | 2016-10-18 10:01:17+00 | F35-39   | 2           |
| Desiree Berry   | 2016-10-18 10:05:42+00 | F35-39   | 3           |
| Suzy Slane      | 2016-10-18 10:06:24+00 | F35-39   | 4           |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+

DENSE_RANK

DENSE_RANK()
OVER over_clause

over_clause:
  { named_window | ( [ window_specification ] ) }

window_specification:
  [ named_window ]
  [ PARTITION BY partition_expression [, ...] ]
  ORDER BY expression [ { ASC | DESC }  ] [, ...]

Descripción

Muestra el rango ordinal (que se basa en 1) de cada fila dentro de la partición de la ventana. Todas las filas del mismo nivel reciben el mismo valor de rango y el valor de rango posterior se incrementa en uno.

Para obtener más información sobre la cláusula OVER y cómo usarla, consulta Llamadas a funciones analíticas.

Tipo de datos que se muestra

INT64

Ejemplos

WITH Numbers AS
 (SELECT 1 as x
  UNION ALL SELECT 2
  UNION ALL SELECT 2
  UNION ALL SELECT 5
  UNION ALL SELECT 8
  UNION ALL SELECT 10
  UNION ALL SELECT 10
)
SELECT x,
  DENSE_RANK() OVER (ORDER BY x ASC) AS dense_rank
FROM Numbers

+-------------------------+
| x          | dense_rank |
+-------------------------+
| 1          | 1          |
| 2          | 2          |
| 2          | 2          |
| 5          | 3          |
| 8          | 4          |
| 10         | 5          |
| 10         | 5          |
+-------------------------+
WITH finishers AS
 (SELECT 'Sophia Liu' as name,
  TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:51:45' as finish_time,
  'F30-34' as division
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lisa Stelzner', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:54:11', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Nikki Leith', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lauren Matthews', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:01:17', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Desiree Berry', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:05:42', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Suzy Slane', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:24', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Jen Edwards', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:36', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Meghan Lederer', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34')
SELECT name,
  finish_time,
  division,
  DENSE_RANK() OVER (PARTITION BY division ORDER BY finish_time ASC) AS finish_rank
FROM finishers;

+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| name            | finish_time            | division | finish_rank |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| Sophia Liu      | 2016-10-18 09:51:45+00 | F30-34   | 1           |
| Meghan Lederer  | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 2           |
| Nikki Leith     | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 2           |
| Jen Edwards     | 2016-10-18 10:06:36+00 | F30-34   | 3           |
| Lisa Stelzner   | 2016-10-18 09:54:11+00 | F35-39   | 1           |
| Lauren Matthews | 2016-10-18 10:01:17+00 | F35-39   | 2           |
| Desiree Berry   | 2016-10-18 10:05:42+00 | F35-39   | 3           |
| Suzy Slane      | 2016-10-18 10:06:24+00 | F35-39   | 4           |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+

PERCENT_RANK

PERCENT_RANK()
OVER over_clause

over_clause:
  { named_window | ( [ window_specification ] ) }

window_specification:
  [ named_window ]
  [ PARTITION BY partition_expression [, ...] ]
  ORDER BY expression [ { ASC | DESC }  ] [, ...]

Descripción

Muestra el rango percentil de una fila definida como (RK-1) o (NR-1), en el que RK es el RANK de la fila y NR es el número de filas en la partición. Muestra 0 si NR=1.

Para obtener más información sobre la cláusula OVER y cómo usarla, consulta Llamadas a funciones analíticas.

Tipo de datos que se muestra

FLOAT64

Ejemplo

WITH finishers AS
 (SELECT 'Sophia Liu' as name,
  TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:51:45' as finish_time,
  'F30-34' as division
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lisa Stelzner', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:54:11', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Nikki Leith', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lauren Matthews', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:01:17', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Desiree Berry', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:05:42', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Suzy Slane', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:24', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Jen Edwards', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:36', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Meghan Lederer', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34')
SELECT name,
  finish_time,
  division,
  PERCENT_RANK() OVER (PARTITION BY division ORDER BY finish_time ASC) AS finish_rank
FROM finishers;

+-----------------+------------------------+----------+---------------------+
| name            | finish_time            | division | finish_rank         |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+---------------------+
| Sophia Liu      | 2016-10-18 09:51:45+00 | F30-34   | 0                   |
| Meghan Lederer  | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 0.33333333333333331 |
| Nikki Leith     | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 0.33333333333333331 |
| Jen Edwards     | 2016-10-18 10:06:36+00 | F30-34   | 1                   |
| Lisa Stelzner   | 2016-10-18 09:54:11+00 | F35-39   | 0                   |
| Lauren Matthews | 2016-10-18 10:01:17+00 | F35-39   | 0.33333333333333331 |
| Desiree Berry   | 2016-10-18 10:05:42+00 | F35-39   | 0.66666666666666663 |
| Suzy Slane      | 2016-10-18 10:06:24+00 | F35-39   | 1                   |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+---------------------+

CUME_DIST

CUME_DIST()
OVER over_clause

over_clause:
  { named_window | ( [ window_specification ] ) }

window_specification:
  [ named_window ]
  [ PARTITION BY partition_expression [, ...] ]
  ORDER BY expression [ { ASC | DESC }  ] [, ...]

Descripción

Muestra el rango relativo de una fila definida como NP o NR. NP se define como el número de filas que se encuentran antes o en el mismo nivel que la fila actual. NR es el número de filas en la partición.

Para obtener más información sobre la cláusula OVER y cómo usarla, consulta Llamadas a funciones analíticas.

Tipo de datos que se muestra

FLOAT64

Ejemplo

WITH finishers AS
 (SELECT 'Sophia Liu' as name,
  TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:51:45' as finish_time,
  'F30-34' as division
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lisa Stelzner', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:54:11', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Nikki Leith', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lauren Matthews', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:01:17', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Desiree Berry', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:05:42', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Suzy Slane', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:24', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Jen Edwards', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:36', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Meghan Lederer', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34')
SELECT name,
  finish_time,
  division,
  CUME_DIST() OVER (PARTITION BY division ORDER BY finish_time ASC) AS finish_rank
FROM finishers;

+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| name            | finish_time            | division | finish_rank |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| Sophia Liu      | 2016-10-18 09:51:45+00 | F30-34   | 0.25        |
| Meghan Lederer  | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 0.75        |
| Nikki Leith     | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 0.75        |
| Jen Edwards     | 2016-10-18 10:06:36+00 | F30-34   | 1           |
| Lisa Stelzner   | 2016-10-18 09:54:11+00 | F35-39   | 0.25        |
| Lauren Matthews | 2016-10-18 10:01:17+00 | F35-39   | 0.5         |
| Desiree Berry   | 2016-10-18 10:05:42+00 | F35-39   | 0.75        |
| Suzy Slane      | 2016-10-18 10:06:24+00 | F35-39   | 1           |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+

NTILE

NTILE(constant_integer_expression)
OVER over_clause

over_clause:
  { named_window | ( [ window_specification ] ) }

window_specification:
  [ named_window ]
  [ PARTITION BY partition_expression [, ...] ]
  ORDER BY expression [ { ASC | DESC }  ] [, ...]

Descripción

Esta función divide las filas en depósitos constant_integer_expression según su orden y muestra el número de depósito que se basa en 1 asignado a cada fila. El número de filas en los depósitos puede variar como máximo en 1. Los valores de resto (el resto del número de filas dividido por los depósitos) se distribuyen uno por cada depósito, el primero es el depósito 1. Si constant_integer_expression se evalúa como NULL, 0 o negativo, se muestra un error.

Para obtener más información sobre la cláusula OVER y cómo usarla, consulta Llamadas a funciones analíticas.

Tipo de datos que se muestra

INT64

Ejemplo

WITH finishers AS
 (SELECT 'Sophia Liu' as name,
  TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:51:45' as finish_time,
  'F30-34' as division
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lisa Stelzner', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:54:11', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Nikki Leith', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lauren Matthews', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:01:17', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Desiree Berry', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:05:42', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Suzy Slane', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:24', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Jen Edwards', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:36', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Meghan Lederer', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34')
SELECT name,
  finish_time,
  division,
  NTILE(3) OVER (PARTITION BY division ORDER BY finish_time ASC) AS finish_rank
FROM finishers;

+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| name            | finish_time            | division | finish_rank |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| Sophia Liu      | 2016-10-18 09:51:45+00 | F30-34   | 1           |
| Meghan Lederer  | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 1           |
| Nikki Leith     | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 2           |
| Jen Edwards     | 2016-10-18 10:06:36+00 | F30-34   | 3           |
| Lisa Stelzner   | 2016-10-18 09:54:11+00 | F35-39   | 1           |
| Lauren Matthews | 2016-10-18 10:01:17+00 | F35-39   | 1           |
| Desiree Berry   | 2016-10-18 10:05:42+00 | F35-39   | 2           |
| Suzy Slane      | 2016-10-18 10:06:24+00 | F35-39   | 3           |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+

ROW_NUMBER

ROW_NUMBER()
OVER over_clause

over_clause:
  { named_window | ( [ window_specification ] ) }

window_specification:
  [ named_window ]
  [ PARTITION BY partition_expression [, ...] ]
  [ ORDER BY expression [ { ASC | DESC }  ] [, ...] ]

Descripción

No requiere la cláusula ORDER BY. Muestra la fila secuencial ordinal (que se basa en 1) de cada fila para cada partición ordenada. Si no se especifica la cláusula ORDER BY, el resultado no es determinista.

Para obtener más información sobre la cláusula OVER y cómo usarla, consulta Llamadas a funciones analíticas.

Tipo de datos que se muestra

INT64

Ejemplos

WITH Numbers AS
 (SELECT 1 as x
  UNION ALL SELECT 2
  UNION ALL SELECT 2
  UNION ALL SELECT 5
  UNION ALL SELECT 8
  UNION ALL SELECT 10
  UNION ALL SELECT 10
)
SELECT x,
  ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY x) AS row_num
FROM Numbers

+-------------------------+
| x          | row_num    |
+-------------------------+
| 1          | 1          |
| 2          | 2          |
| 2          | 3          |
| 5          | 4          |
| 8          | 5          |
| 10         | 6          |
| 10         | 7          |
+-------------------------+
WITH finishers AS
 (SELECT 'Sophia Liu' as name,
  TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:51:45' as finish_time,
  'F30-34' as division
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lisa Stelzner', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:54:11', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Nikki Leith', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Lauren Matthews', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:01:17', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Desiree Berry', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:05:42', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Suzy Slane', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:24', 'F35-39'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Jen Edwards', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 3:06:36', 'F30-34'
  UNION ALL SELECT 'Meghan Lederer', TIMESTAMP '2016-10-18 2:59:01', 'F30-34')
SELECT name,
  finish_time,
  division,
  ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY division ORDER BY finish_time ASC) AS finish_rank
FROM finishers;

+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| name            | finish_time            | division | finish_rank |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+
| Sophia Liu      | 2016-10-18 09:51:45+00 | F30-34   | 1           |
| Meghan Lederer  | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 2           |
| Nikki Leith     | 2016-10-18 09:59:01+00 | F30-34   | 3           |
| Jen Edwards     | 2016-10-18 10:06:36+00 | F30-34   | 4           |
| Lisa Stelzner   | 2016-10-18 09:54:11+00 | F35-39   | 1           |
| Lauren Matthews | 2016-10-18 10:01:17+00 | F35-39   | 2           |
| Desiree Berry   | 2016-10-18 10:05:42+00 | F35-39   | 3           |
| Suzy Slane      | 2016-10-18 10:06:24+00 | F35-39   | 4           |
+-----------------+------------------------+----------+-------------+