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The Data Analyst is tasked with researching, gathering, analyzing, and reporting the data sets requested by Managers or Executives of the Company.
To be successful as a Data Analyst, it is imperative to understand what exactly the End User is wanting to study. The Data Analyst must understand the request or risk spending hours researching and reporting on the wrong requirements.
The Data Analyst must be able to communicate to Managers and Executives how they arrived at the results of their findings. They must be ready to explain how they determined the data to gather and research. What did they include and exclude from the report and why. They must be able to show the trending, forecasting and critical impacts that could negatively impact the end results.
In some companies, the Data Analyst will submit their reports and findings to the Business Analysts or Project Managers, but in many cases the Data Analyst must attend the meeting with the Executives to explain their report, how they went about creating it, describing each step and then explaining the results. The Executives may not like the output of the report and ask if you have ideas as to how to improve the results, so it is important to understand the data sets for each Data Analyst request to which assigned.