We live in a data-driven world in which the majority of businesses make decisions backed by numbers. Simply having access to those numbers isn’t enough, however; in order to do well in a competitive market, companies need to be able to extract and understand information from this data to make informed business decisions. That’s where the role of a Data Analyst comes in.
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Manage the data pipeline process with assistance from the engineering team
Transform raw data into insightful findings
Build reports, dashboards, and run analyses needed by various teams (ex: Customer success - dashboard and alerts for underperforming accounts, Marketing - gauge performance of specific content, Sales - analyze email campaigns, page visits, and sales information to improve sales funnel)
Effectively present insights from quantitative analysis
Skills You'll Need
Scripting & Statistical Skills
Data Analysis & Exploration
Reporting & Data Visualization
Data Mining, Cleaning, & Munging
A Conceptual Understanding of Machine Learning
SQL (Structured Query Language)
Advanced Excel Skills
Tools like Tableau, Power BI, Qlikview, Google Analytics, Intercom, MailChimp, Segment, and Heap
Python, R, or SAS for Statistical Programming
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