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Remove () from function names in TOC
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JoshInnis committed Oct 22, 2021
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@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ SELECT * FROM cypher('graph_name', $$
$$) as (a agtype);
```

## min()
## min

min() returns the minimum value in a set of values.

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## max()
## max

max() returns the maximum value in a set of values.

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## stDev()
## stDev

stDev() returns the standard deviation for the given value over a group. It uses a standard two-pass method, with N - 1 as the denominator, and should be used when taking a sample of the population for an unbiased estimate. When the standard variation of the entire population is being calculated, stdDevP should be used.

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## stDevP()
## stDevP

stDevP() returns the standard deviation for the given value over a group. It uses a standard two-pass method, with N as the denominator, and should be used when calculating the standard deviation for an entire population. When the standard variation of only a sample of the population is being calculated, stDev should be used.

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## percentileCont()
## percentileCont

percentileCont() returns the percentile of the given value over a group, with a percentile from 0.0 to 1.0. It uses a linear interpolation method, calculating a weighted average between two values if the desired percentile lies between them. For nearest values using a rounding method, see percentileDisc.

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## percentileDisc()
## percentileDisc

percentileDisc() returns the percentile of the given value over a group, with a percentile from 0.0to 1.0. It uses a rounding method and calculates the nearest value to the percentile. For interpolated values, see percentileCont.

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## count()
## count

count() returns the number of values or records, and appears in two variants:

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## avg()
## avg

avg() returns the average of a set of numeric values.

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# Logarithmic Functions


## e()
## e

e() returns the base of the natural logarithm, e.

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## sqrt()
## sqrt

sqrt() returns the square root of a number.

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## exp()
## exp

exp() returns e^n, where e is the base of the natural logarithm, and n is the value of the argument expression.

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## log()
## log

log() returns the natural logarithm of a number.

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## log10()
## log10

log10() returns the common logarithm (base 10) of a number.

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# Numeric Functions


## rand()
## rand

rand() returns a random floating point number in the range from 0 (inclusive) to 1 (exclusive); i.e.[0,1). The numbers returned follow an approximate uniform distribution.

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## abs()
## abs

abs() returns the absolute value of the given number.

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## ceil()
## ceil

ceil() returns the smallest floating point number that is greater than or equal to the given number and equal to a mathematical integer.

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## floor()
## floor

floor() returns the greatest floating point number that is less than or equal to the given number and equal to a mathematical integer.

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## round()
## round

round() returns the value of the given number rounded to the nearest integer.

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## sign()
## sign

sign() returns the signum of the given number: 0 if the number is 0, -1 for any negative number, and 1 for any positive number

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# Scalar Functions


## id()
## id

id() returns the id of a vertex or edge.

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## start_id()
## start_id

start_id() returns the id of the vertex that is the starting vertex for the edge.

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## end_id()
## end_id

end_id() returns the id of the vertex that is the ending vertex for the edge.

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## type()
## type

type() returns the string representation of the edge type

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## properties()
## properties

Returns an agtype map containing all the properties of a vertex or edge. If the argument is already a map, it is returned unchanged.

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## head()
## head

returns the first element in an agtype list.

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## last()
## last

returns the last element in an agtype list.

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## length()
## length

length() returns the length of a path.

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## size()
## size

size() returns the length of a list.

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## startNode()
## startNode

startNode() returns the start node of an edge.

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## endNode()
## endNode

endNode() returns the start node of an edge.

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## timestamp()
## timestamp

timestamp() returns the difference, measured in milliseconds, between the current time and midnight, January 1, 1970 UTC.

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## toBoolean()
## toBoolean

toBoolean() converts a string value to a boolean value.

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## toFloat()
## toFloat

toFloat() converts an integer or string value to a floating point number.

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## toInteger()
## toInteger

toInteger() converts a floating point or string value to an integer value.

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## coalesce()
## coalesce

coalesce() returns the first non-null value in the given list of expressions.

@@ -1156,9 +1156,6 @@ RETURN coalesce(a.hairColor, a.eyes), a.hair_color, a.eyes
$$) as (color agtype, hair_color agtype, eyes agtype);
```


Table 105.

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