The Whatif analysis starts after you click Analyze. During the analysis, the Statistics Information window opens if:
1 When the Statistics Information window opens, use the navigation pane to drill down to the specific table to view.
The following table describes the information in the Statistics Information window.
2 Make the changes using the editable fields.
3 Click Apply Modifications to apply the changes to the current analysis.
4 Close the Statistics Information window to continue the analysis.
Note: The headers shown in the example screen above change when a column containing partition statistics is present. Refer to the following tables.
Summary Information Data
Normal Column Statistics Data 
Column Partition Statistics Data 
NumOfBiasedValues 
NumOfCPPartitions 
SamplePercent 
Reserved 
NumOfNulls 
Reserved 
NumOfAllNulls 
Reserved 
NumOfPartialNullVals 
Reserved 
PartialNullHMF 
Reserved 
AvgAmpRPV 
Reserved 
MinVal 
Min Partition Number 
MaxVal 
Max Partition Number 
ModeVal 
Mode Partition 
HighModeFreq 
Compression Ratio 
CPUUsage 
Reserved 
IOUsage 
Reserved 
Statistics Values Information under Biased Values and Frequencies
Interval Number 
Column Partition Number 
BiasedValue 
CP Partition Number 
BiasedValueFreq 
CP Compression Ratio 
Note: The labels for Equal Height Intervals do not undergo position switching.
Group/Option 
Option 
Description 
Statistics Information

Database 
Displays the name of database where the table exists. 
Table Name 
Displays the name of table where the column exists. 

Column Name 
Displays the name of column associated with the interval statistics. 

Interval Type 
Select the type of interval from the list: 

Version 
For internal use. 

Summary Information 
Min Value 
Minimum value for the entire column/index. Note: This information is about the column as a whole. This is also known as interval 0 data. 
Mode Value 
The most frequently used (popular) value in the interval. Note: This information is about the column as a whole. This is also known as interval 0 data. 

Sampled 
Displays whether the statistics are sampled or not. 

Mode Frequency 
Displays the number of rows having the Mode Value. Note: This information is about the column as a whole. This is also known as interval 0 data. 

Number of Nulls 
Displays the number of rows with one of the statistics fields being null. Note: This information is about the column as a whole. This is also known as interval 0 data. 

Sample Percent 
Displays the percentage of statistics sampled if statistics were collected on the column. 

Number of Rows 
Displays the number of rows in the table. Note: This information is about the column as a whole. This is also known as interval 0 data. 

Number of Uniques 
Number of distinct NonMode values in the interval. Note: This information is about the column as a whole. This is also known as interval 0 data. 

Number of Intervals 
Number of intervals in the frequency distribution for the column/index. The maximum number of intervals for Teradata Database version 12.0 is 200. For Teradata Database versions earlier than 12.0, the maximum number of intervals is 100. 

Number of All Nulls 
Displays the number of rows with all of the statistics fields being nulls. This option is only available when connected to Teradata Database 13.00 and higher. 

Average AMP RPV 
Displays the average AMPlocal RPV obtained by averaging the average RPV from each AMP. This option is only available when connected to Teradata Database 13.00 and higher. 

Number of Amps 
Displays the number of Amps in the connected Teradata Database. This option is only available when connected to Teradata Database 13.00 and higher. 

One AMP Sample Est 
Displays one AMP sampling estimate of the table cardinality during statistics collection. This option is only available when connected to Teradata Database 13.00 and higher. 

All AMP Sample Est 
Displays all AMP sampling estimate of the table cardinality during statistics collection. This option is only available when connected to Teradata Database 13.00 and higher. 

Note: The following values are displayed in the spreadsheet for all intervals. 

Max Value 

The highest value in the interval. 
Mode Value 

The most frequently used value in the interval. 
Mode Frequency 

The number of rows having the Mode Value. 
NonModal Value 

The number of distinct nonmodal values (values that are not the most frequently used) in the interval. Note: If the NonModal Value is “1”, it means there is one loner in the interval. If the NonModal Value is “2”, it means there are two loners in the interval. To learn more about loner values, refer to SQL Reference Statement and Transaction Processing. Chapter 2 contains information on loner values and interval histograms. 
NonModal Rows 

The total number of rows for all the NonModal values in the interval. 