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Answered on 15/04/2019 IT Courses/Data Analysis

Ranjit Kakade

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Hi, I will recommend you, you should go with Power BI,because compare to other BI Technologies there is less saturation and you are already working on MS Excel that's helpful to grab power BI Development Asap.
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Answered on 01/11/2018 IT Courses/Data Analysis

Koushik Gangavaram

Go for R , as it is free and lots of packages to learn
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Answered on 29/10/2018 IT Courses/Data Analysis

Ankit Singh

Data Analytics(SAS) Trainer since 2013

You can go SAS , it will get you a good paying job in a repotted organisation.
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Answered on 20/04/2018 IT Courses/Computer Course/Software Programming IT Courses/Data Analysis IT Courses/Data Science +1 IT Courses/PEGA less

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Narasimha,What i think is programming is not only related to language but moreover its a logic. If have better understanding and clear conpect that what you want to buil and how you built then you can have bright future in development industry. Programming is just a matter of syntax you can choose any... read more

Narasimha,

What i think is programming is not only related to language but moreover its a logic. If have better understanding and clear conpect that what you want to buil and how you built then you can have bright future in development industry. Programming is just a matter of syntax you can choose any language all are good until and unless you are good in your logic and concept. You start with PHP also.

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Answered on 08/06/2019 IT Courses/Data Analysis

Omkar Deorukhkar

Data Science Expert with experience in advanced machine learning techniques

Skills - Python and libraries (Seaborn, Pandas, Numpy etc), Statistics, SQL, R(better to have), tools like SAS , Tableau, Knowledge of database concepts How to learn ? step 1 - Learn Python(plenty tutorials on Youtube) step 2 - Learn pandas, matplotlib,seaborn,numpy etc. libraries of python step 3 -... read more

Skills - Python and libraries (Seaborn, Pandas, Numpy etc), Statistics, SQL, R(better to have), tools like SAS , Tableau, Knowledge of database concepts

How to learn ?

step 1 - Learn Python(plenty tutorials on Youtube)

step 2 - Learn pandas, matplotlib,seaborn,numpy etc. libraries of python

step 3 - Learn concepts of statistics

step 4 -  Start practicing on datasets available on internet

step 5 - Go to a trainer for SAS/Tableau

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Lesson Posted on 19/02/2018 IT Courses/SPSS Training Functional Training/Business Analysis Training IT Courses/Data Analysis

What Is SPSS Software (SPSS Data Analysis Tool) ?

Gaurav Mishra

I have enriched experience in online and classroom training of SAS, R, Python, SPSS, Tableau, Data Science,...

SPSS is a Windows-based program that can be used to perform data entry and analysis and to create tables and graphs. SPSS is capable of handling large amounts of data and can perform all of the analyses covered in the text and much more. SPSS is a widely used program for statistical analysis in social... read more

SPSS is a Windows-based program that can be used to perform data entry and analysis and to create tables and graphs. SPSS is capable of handling large amounts of data and can perform all of the analyses covered in the text and much more.

SPSS is a widely used program for statistical analysis in social science. It is also used by market researchers, health researchers, survey companies, government, education researchers, marketing organizations, data miners, and others.

The Uses of SPSS Software. SPSS, which stands for a statistical package for the social sciences, is an application that can aid in quantitative data handling. Before SPSS, researchers had to run statistical tests on data sets by hand. However, SPSS automates this process.

i. Data Collection and Organization:

SPSS is often used as a data collection tool by researchers. The data entry screen in SPSS looks much like any other spreadsheet software. You can enter variables and quantitative data and save the file as a data file. Furthermore, you can organize your data in SPSS by assigning properties to different variables. For example, you can designate a variable as a nominal variable, and that information is stored in SPSS. The next time you access the data file, which could be weeks, months or even years, you'll be able to see exactly how your data is organized.

ii. Data Output:

Once data is collected and entered into the data sheet in SPSS, you can create an output file from the data. For example, you can create frequency distributions of your data to determine whether your data set is normally distributed. The frequency distribution is displayed in an output file. You can export items from the output file and place them into a research article you're writing. Therefore, instead of recreating a table or graph, you can take the table or graph directly from the data output file from SPSS.

iii. Statistical Tests:

The most obvious use for SPSS is to use the software to run statistical tests. SPSS has all of the most widely used statistical tests built-in to the software. Therefore, you won't have to do any mathematical equations by hand. Once you run a statistical test, all associated outputs are displayed in the data output file. You can also transform your data by performing advanced statistical transformations. This is especially useful for data that is not normally distributed.

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Lesson Posted on 03/01/2018 Financial Planning/Business Analytics Training IT Courses/Data Analysis Tuition/BTech Tuition/Big Data Analytics +1 IT Courses/MS Office Software Training less

Data Sorting In Excel

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Sorting data in MS Excel rearranges the rows based on the contents of a particular column. You may want to sort a table to put names in alphabetical order. Or, maybe you want to sort data by Amount from smallest to largest or largest to smallest. To Sort the data follow the steps mentioned below: Select... read more

Sorting data in MS Excel rearranges the rows based on the contents of a particular column. You may want to sort a table to put names in alphabetical order. Or, maybe you want to sort data by Amount from smallest to largest or largest to smallest.

To Sort the data follow the steps mentioned below:

  • Select the Column by which you want to sort data.
  • Choose Data Tab » Sort Below dialog appears.
  • If you want to sort data based on a selected column, Choose Continue with the selection or if you want sorting based on other columns, choose Expand Selection.

  • You can Sort based on the below Conditions.

    • Values: Alphabetically or numerically.

    • Cell Color: Based on Color of Cell.

    • Font Color: Based on Font color.

    • Cell Icon: Based on Cell Icon.

Sorting option is also available from the Home Tab. Choose Home Tab » Sort & Filter. You can see the same dialog to sort records.

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Lesson Posted on 27/12/2017 Financial Planning/Business Analytics Training IT Courses/MS Office Software Training/Microsoft Excel Training/Advanced Excel IT Courses/Data Analysis

Data Consolidation In Excel

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Before you begin consolidating the data, make sure that there is consistency across the data sources. This means that the data is arranged as follows: Each range of data is on a separate worksheet. Each range of data is in list format, with labels in the first row. Additionally, you can... read more

Before you begin consolidating the data, make sure that there is consistency across the data sources. This means that the data is arranged as follows:

  • Each range of data is on a separate worksheet.

  • Each range of data is in list format, with labels in the first row.

  • Additionally, you can have labels for the categories, if applicable, in the first column.

  • All the ranges of data have the same layout.

  • All the ranges of data contain similar facts.

  • There are no blank rows or columns within each range.

In case the data sources are external, ensure usage of a predefined layout in the form of an Excel template.

Suppose you have the sales data of various commodities from each of the regions East, North, South, and West. You might need to consolidate this data and present a product wise summary of sales from time to time. Preparation includes the following:

  • One worksheet per region – i.e. four worksheets with names East, North, South, and West. These could be in the same workbook or different workbooks.

  • Each worksheet has same layout, representing the details of product, number of units, and amount.

  • You need to consolidate the data product wise. Hence, ensure that the column with the label Product is the first column and it contains the Product labels.

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Answered on 30/12/2017 Functional Training/Admin Training IT Courses/Data Analysis

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Hi Shailaja, As suggested by other colleagues, we also have same opinion. Data Science and Analytics is going to be the booming industry and demand is going to increase every year. People who already have skills like R, Python, Excel, VBA, SQL etc will definitely get an advantage in terms of better... read more
Hi Shailaja, As suggested by other colleagues, we also have same opinion. Data Science and Analytics is going to be the booming industry and demand is going to increase every year. People who already have skills like R, Python, Excel, VBA, SQL etc will definitely get an advantage in terms of better job offer. You must start preping up so that you will be ready for the industry in 3 to 6 months time. Hope this helps! Regards, Mukesh (86185 69998) read less
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