Data analysts are responsible for gathering data, organizing the data, and gleaning insights to help businesses and organizations solve problems. A successful data analyst is capable of collecting data, collaborating with different departments, finding patterns and generating reports to make sense of it all.
Data analytics is all about answering questions to inform decisions, using appropriate tools and foundational analytical concepts.
As a data analyst you are tasked with telling simple, digestible stories, transforming a sea of data into clear, actionable insights.
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