Data analysis is the process of collecting, modelling, and analyzing data to extract insights that support decision-making. There are several methods and techniques to perform analysis depending on the industry and the aim of the analysis.
Data analysis, therefore, is a necessity for making well-informed and efficient decisions. Data analysis is what helps organizations determine their positions in the market relative to competitors.
Data Analysis Techniques training course will give you broad exposure to key technologies and skills currently used in data analytics and data science, its aim to provide those involved in analysing numerical data with the understanding and practical capabilities needed to convert data into information via appropriate analysis, and then represent these results in ways that can be readily communicated to others in the organisation.
At the end of the Data Analysis Techniques training course, will be able :
To provide delegates with both an understanding and practical experience of a range of the more common analytical techniques and representation methods for numerical data
To give delegates the ability to recognize which types of analysis are best suited to particular types of problems
To give delegates sufficient background and theoretical knowledge to be able to judge when an applied technique will likely lead to incorrect conclusions
To provide delegates with a working vocabulary of analytical terms to enable them to converse with people who are experts in the areas of data analysis, statistics and probability, and to be able to read and comprehend common textbooks and journal articles in this field
To introduce some basic statistical methods and concepts
To explore the use of Excel for data analysis and the capabilities of the Data Analysis Tool Pack
Data Analysis Techniques training course is ideal for
Professionals whose jobs involve in the manipulation, representation, interpretation and/or analysis of data. The course involves extensive computer-based data analysis using Excel and therefore delegates will be expected to be numerate and to enjoy working with numerical data on a computer.