AdventureWorks Database: Obtain the salary percentile of each employee for a department

SQL Query - AdventureWorks: Exercise-112 with Solution

112 From the following table write a query in SQL to compute the salary percentile for each employee within a given department. Return Department, LastName, Rate, CumeDist, and percentile rank. Sort the result set in ascending order on department and descending order on rate.

N.B.: The cumulative distribution calculates the relative position of a specified value in a group of values.

Sample table: HumanResources.vEmployeeDepartmentHistory

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Sample Solution:

SELECT Department, LastName, Rate,   
       CUME_DIST () OVER (PARTITION BY Department ORDER BY Rate) AS CumeDist,   
       PERCENT_RANK() OVER (PARTITION BY Department ORDER BY Rate ) AS PctRank  
FROM HumanResources.vEmployeeDepartmentHistory AS edh  
    INNER JOIN HumanResources.EmployeePayHistory AS e    
    ON e.BusinessEntityID = edh.BusinessEntityID  
WHERE Department IN ('Information Services','Document Control')   
ORDER BY Department, Rate DESC;

Sample Output:

department          |lastname     |rate   |cumedist|pctrank           |
Document Control    |Arifin       |17.7885|     1.0|               1.0|
Document Control    |Kharatishvili|16.8269|     0.8|               0.5|
Document Control    |Norred       |16.8269|     0.8|               0.5|
Document Control    |Chai         |  10.25|     0.4|               0.0|
Document Control    |Berge        |  10.25|     0.4|               0.0|
Information Services|Trenary      |50.4808|     1.0|               1.0|
Information Services|Conroy       |39.6635|     0.9|0.8888888888888888|
Information Services|Ajenstat     |38.4615|     0.8|0.6666666666666666|
Information Services|Wilson       |38.4615|     0.8|0.6666666666666666|
Information Services|Sharma       |32.4519|     0.6|0.4444444444444444|
Information Services|Connelly     |32.4519|     0.6|0.4444444444444444|
Information Services|Bueno        |27.4038|     0.4|               0.0|
Information Services|Meyyappan    |27.4038|     0.4|               0.0|
Information Services|Bacon        |27.4038|     0.4|               0.0|
Information Services|Berg         |27.4038|     0.4|               0.0|

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