SAQL is a key topic you can use in the design layer as well as the data layer. On this page, I have collected different resources for you to become a SAQL hero.
What is what blogs
SAQL simply explained – Part 1: an introduction to SAQL and understand a basic SAQL query
SAQL simply explained – Part 2: understand how order and multiple groupings and measures are used.
SAQL simply explained – Part 3: understand how to use filters.
SAQL simply explained – Part 4: understand how the cogroup statement works.
SAQL simply explained – Part 5: understand how the union statement works.
SAQL simply explained – Part 6: understand how to calculate new measures and use case statements for bucketing.
SAQL simply explained – Part 7: understand how to create total and subtotals using rollup() and grouping().
More coming soon-ish…
A Look to the Future with Timeseries: 2 part blog on the timeseries SAQL statement.
My Most Used computeExpression: a use case on how to make sure you can ensure a custom order.