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The applications using this database are entitled to assume that for each row in the track table there exists a corresponding row in the artist table. After all, the comment in the declaration says so. Unfortunately, if a user edits the database using an external tool or if there is a bug in an application, rows might be inserted into the track table that do not correspond to any row in the artist table. Or rows might be deleted from the artist table, leaving orphaned rows in the track table that do not correspond to any of the remaining rows in artist. This might cause the application or applications to malfunction later on, or at least make coding the application more difficult.
One solution is to add an SQL foreign key constraint to the database schema to enforce the relationship between the artist and track table. To do so, a foreign key definition may be added by modifying the declaration of the track table to the following:
This way, the constraint is enforced by SQLite. Attempting to insert a row into the track table that does not correspond to any row in the artist table will fail, as will attempting to delete a row from the artist table when there exist dependent rows in the track table There is one exception: if the foreign key column in the track table is NULL, then no corresponding entry in the artist table is required. Expressed in SQL, this means that for every row in the track table, the following expression evaluates to true:
Tip: If the application requires a stricter relationship between artist and track, where NULL values are not permitted in the trackartist column, simply add the appropriate "NOT NULL" constraint to the schema.
The parent table is the table that a foreign key constraint refers to. The parent table in the example in this section is the artist table. Some books and articles refer to this as the referenced table, which is arguably more correct, but tends to lead to confusion.
Indices are not required for child key columns but they are almost always beneficial. Returning to the example in section 1, each time an application deletes a row from the artist table (the parent table), it performs the equivalent of the following SELECT statement to search for referencing rows in the track table (the child table).
where ? in the above is replaced with the value of the artistid column of the record being deleted from the artist table (recall that the trackartist column is the child key and the artistid column is the parent key). Or, more generally:
Parent and child keys must have the same cardinality. In SQLite, if any of the child key columns (in this case songartist and songalbum) are NULL, then there is no requirement for a corresponding row in the parent table.
For example, adding an "ON UPDATE CASCADE" clause to the foreign key as shown below enhances the example schema from section 1 to allow the user to update the artistid (the parent key of the foreign key constraint) column without breaking referential integrity:
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This format is also used to record regularly spaced observations overtime. For example, the Billboard dataset shown below records the date asong first entered the billboard top 100. It has variables forartist, track, date.entered,rank and week. The rank in each week after itenters the top 100 is recorded in 75 columns, wk1 towk75. This form of storage is not tidy, but it is usefulfor data entry. It reduces duplication since otherwise each song in eachweek would need its own row, and song metadata like title and artistwould need to be repeated. This will be discussed in more depth in multiple types.
The billboard dataset actually contains observations on two types ofobservational units: the song and its rank in each week. This manifestsitself through the duplication of facts about the song:artist is repeated many times.
This dataset needs to be broken down into two pieces: a song datasetwhich stores artist and song name, and aranking dataset which gives the rank of thesong in each week. We first extract asong dataset: 2b1af7f3a8