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Database access logs are large, unwieldy, and hard for humans to inspect and summarize. In spite of this, they remain the canonical go-to resource for tasks ranging from performance tuning to security auditing. In this paper, we address the challenge of compactly encoding large sequences of SQL queries for presentation to a human user. Our approach is based on the Weisfeiler-Lehman (WL) approximate graph isomorphism algorithm, which identifies salient features of a graph or in our case of anarXiv:1608.01013v1 fatcat:pepyrmjspfghfdxas4eujfxoim