Use sys.stats catalog to see all the STATISTICS available for the database. To see the statistics in AdventureWorks2012 database, use the following T-SQL statement.
SELECT * FROM sys.stats
You would see the output something like below; (only the values of name column appeared)
How do you understand above names.
_WA - Washington, the state of the US where SQL Server development team is located.
All automatically generated statistics have the name starting with _WA_Sys. The first number is the column id of the column which these statistics are based on. The next number is the hexadecimal number of the object id of the table.
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