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People sometimes consider the data analyst as a very specifically skilled person, and yes, that is true. However, we have lots of room for lots of different types of data professionals. What are the domains of the data analyst? Analysts must understand databases and types of databases. They must know how to manipulate, join, and validate data. They need to understand some of the basic statistics and aggregate functions. They need to be able to effectively visualize data. They need to know how to navigate data governance in an organization. In partnership with CompTIA, ThinkData is rising to the challenge by delivering the Official Data+ curriculum and hands on lab content. This will supply not only critical domain information, but also real-world skills.
This training will effectively describe the skills required in each domain. Imagine the impact to an organization to really narrow down the definition of a data analyst and what an analyst’s capabilities should be for an organization. What will it do for the organization and the data when your teams adopt the core skills covered in CompTIA's Data + training?