MySQL WEEKOFYEAR() function
MySQL WEEKOFYEAR() returns the calendar week (as a number) of a given date. The return value is in the range of 1 to 53.
This function is useful in -
- WEEKOFYEAR() is valuable for aggregating data by week, which is common in financial and sales reporting.
- In business analytics, WEEKOFYEAR() is used to calculate various performance metrics on a weekly basis.
- This is particularly important for tracking short-term goals and targets.
- It's useful for filtering records or data based on a specific week or range of weeks.
- WEEKOFYEAR() can be used in applications for scheduling and planning tasks or events on a weekly schedule.
- It's used in resource allocation and workforce management systems to allocate resources on a weekly basis.
- In financial planning, WEEKOFYEAR() helps in budgeting and forecasting on a weekly time frame.
- When comparing data over time, WEEKOFYEAR() helps in comparing data point by point, making it easier to spot trends or anomalies.
Where dt is a date.
MySQL Version: 8.0
Example: MySQL WEEKOFYEAR() function
The following statement will return the calendar week of the specified date 2009-05-19.
mysql> SELECT WEEKOFYEAR('2009-05-19'); +--------------------------+ | WEEKOFYEAR('2009-05-19') | +--------------------------+ | 21 | +--------------------------+ 1 row in set (0.00 sec)
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