The last table is a bit more complicated. It has many rows and many columns.
Select all the information from the last table:
project. Note that you won't see all the rows present in the table – our platform displays only a limited number of rows for readability.
You can find the
translator_id, of course. These columns should be clear. Then, you can also see:
start – that is, when the client commissioned the project.
deadline – when the project is due.
Afterward, we can see the
price the client paid, the number of
words for translation and two languages:
- the source language (
- the target language (
The final column (
feedback) provides the client's feedback. Positive numbers mean that the client was very satisfied, negative ones mean that the client complained to some extent about the quality.