To calculate your runway, you will need to have a table of financial data that includes information on your company's cash balance and expenses. Here is some sample SQL code that you could use to calculate your runway:
`SELECT -- Calculate the number of months of expenses covered by the current cash balance CAST(cash_balance / monthly_expenses AS INT) AS months_of_runway FROM financial_data`
This code assumes that you have a column in the `financial_data` table called `cash_balance` that contains your current cash balance, and a column called `monthly_expenses` that contains your average monthly expenses. The query calculates the number of months of expenses that your current cash balance would cover by dividing the cash balance by the monthly expenses.
You can adjust this code as needed to fit your specific needs. For example, you might want to exclude certain types of expenses from the calculation, or you might want to include additional columns in the output to show other relevant information, such as the current date or the date when the cash balance is expected to run out.