A research analyst is responsible for researching, analyzing, interpreting, and presenting data related to markets, operations, finance/accounting, economics, customers, and other information related to the field they work in. A research analyst is typically very quantitative, analytical, logical, and good at managing numbers and data.
You must have been wondering why some companies require you to have some statistical analytics skill. This course will help you understand how to analyze data using the statistical software effortlessly. You will need to download the software, please refer to the download link in the course material page.
In this course, we’ll take a look at how to get started with SPSS, including creating variables and entering data. After that, we’ll cover creating value labels and entering some basic data. Modifying data files, including adding and sorting variables. After this, a number of descriptive statistics are covered, including bar graphs, stem and leaf plots, and measures of central tendency.
The most common Research Analyst job titles are:
- Market Research Analyst (Marketing)
- Operations Research Analyst
- Economic Research analyst
- Financial Analyst
- Equity Research Analyst