#### NUMBER_FORMAT

This function allows you to control the display of leading and trailing zeros, prefixes and suffixes, grouping (thousands) separators, and the decimal separator.

NUMBER_FORMAT(<number>,<format>)

```
select number_format(clicks,##,###.00) as Number of clicks
```

The output for the preceding lines of code is described in the following table. The value is the number, a double , that is to be formatted. The pattern is the String that specifies the formatting properties. The output, which is a String, represents the formatted number:

value |
pattern |
output |
explanation |
---|---|---|---|

123456.789 | ###,###.### | 123,456.789 | The pound sign (#) denotes a digit, the comma is a placeholder for the grouping separator, and the period is a placeholder for the decimal separator. |

123456.789 | ###.## | 123456.79 | The value has three digits to the right of the decimal point, but the pattern has only two. The format method handles this by rounding up. |

123.78 | 000000.000 | 000123.780 | The pattern specifies leading and trailing zeros, because the 0 character is used instead of the pound sign (#). |

12345.67 | $###,###.### | $12,345.67 | The first character in the pattern is the dollar sign ($). Note that it immediately precedes the leftmost digit in the formatted output. |

12345.67 | \u00A5###,###.### | Â¥12,345.67 | The pattern specifies the currency sign for Japanese yen (Â¥) with the Unicode value 00A5. |

#### NOTE: the pattern string stands for a digit so zero will show as absent

#### Arithmetic Operations

Arithmetic operations can be used within the query

```
select (opened/sent)*100 as Open Rate, Customer
```

Supported operators: |
---|

+ |

- |

* |

/ |

^ |

% |

abs |

acos |

asin |

atan |

cbrt |

ceil |

cos |

cosh |

floor |

sin |

sqrt |

tan |

#### STANDARD DEVIATION

Useful to determine variance of a set of values;

```
select sd(opened) as Std Deviation, Customer group by customer
```

#### ROUND

Specify the number of decimal points to display

ROUND(<field>, <decimal points>)

`select round(sent,1)`

#### PERCENTILE

Returns the value of the field for the specified percentile rank.

PERCENTILE(<field>, <percentile>)

`select percentile(sent,75)`