SQL aggregations using GROUP BY and HAVING clauses, converted to markdown format:

SELECT column1, column2, COUNT(*)
FROM table_name
GROUP BY column1, column2
HAVING COUNT(*) > 10;

Explanation:

  1. The SELECT statement retrieves data from the specified columns.
  2. column1 and column2 are the columns you want to group the data by.
  3. COUNT(*) is an aggregate function that counts the number of rows in each group.
  4. The FROM clause specifies the table name from which the data will be retrieved.
  5. The GROUP BY clause groups the data based on the specified columns.
  6. The HAVING clause filters the groups based on a condition. In this case, it selects only those groups with a count greater than 10.

Feel free to modify the table name, column names, and the condition in the HAVING clause according to your specific requirements.

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