No Code Data Analytics




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Can you work as a data analyst without knowing how to code? YES!

Most of us think of data analytics as a programmer-adjacent role. We talk about learning Python, R, SQL, and SAS. But is it absolutely necessary to know how to code to be a data analyst?

There’s a growing movement of no code data analyst and data scientist roles. The fundamental goals of these jobs are the same, but they’re done without knowing a programming language. This is enabled by the rise of more and more applications that allow the user to analyze data in an intuitive way (often drag and drop).

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  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    Are you considering a no code analytics career?

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    Sure, Excel, Power BI and some low code solutions like Pycaret will be enough for most data science tasks however still most employers will require Python, R and SQL and at lest two years of experience. So, you won't get a job….

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    Coding can be overrated, especially with BI tools. Some business just want descriptive and prescriptive problems solved in which no coding is needed.

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    Hi Jen! Do you have a personal LinkedIn? Thanks!

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    I say that no code data analyst career will the 1st section of Data Analyst for me, I have little or no knowledge with python. But I have some knowledge of SQL, good with Tableau, PP, Excel, Statistics, etc. I'm not sure if Linear Algebra is considered part of Data Analyst although I want to expand my knowledge in Linear Algebra. Once I get the 1st section, I will consider doing Python, R, or other DA-related programming languages in an effort to promoting to a code-base DA. Thanks for the great advice!!

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    Thanks make video on Itronix Solutions free iso certified courses

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    I just bought your Tableau course from your web site. . Will start watching/learning from this weekend.

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    I am not sure how easy it is to get a job without coding(Assuming SQL also part of coding even though it's not) knowledge in the USA. The candidate is expected to know at least SQL to enter into data analytics. Most of the times, we need to pull the data from the backend tables (from different databases/schemas) before we connect to Tableau.

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    Hi, can you please make a video on keeping the current month and previous month's data side by side? Example: My current cross tab shows the Month as October-2020. I have two more columns, 'location,' 'items ordered,' 'previous month's items ordered.' I want to see 'Previous month's items ordered' next to 'items ordered,' The previous month should automatically be changed every month.

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    I am pursuing data analytics program from canada in jan 2021

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    I just got in BI and I realized just that. Ok, learning code, cleaning data and other hard skills are important, but, at the end of the day, instead of keep your head with complex analysis, I feel it's more important to listen your clients and build the visualization they need. Of course this depends from business and company, but I feel that. And maybe those soft skilss are even harder to learn.

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    Thanks for the video and for giving this non-programmer hope that I can still enter the data analytics field.

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    This was SO helpful!! I’m learning code but I’m really struggling with it more than I thought I would! I really like understanding the data and analyzing data to tell a story.
    I would love to learn more about the other interfaces such as tableau and power BI!!

  • The Career Force
    December 9, 2020

    Thank you so much.I enjoy your post.

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