Descriptive statistics provide simple, quantitative summaries of datasets, usually combined with descriptive graphics. After data collection, the first step is to get basic information of the data using descriptive statistics. This provides easy-to-understand information that helps answer basic questions based on the average, spread, deviation of values and so on. They give analysts a rough idea about what the data is indicating so that later they can perform more formal and targeted analyses.
In this blog post, I will try and answer the question – What is Business Architecture? Project Managers and Business Analysts should understand this term.
Data wrangling is the process in which data is transformed from its raw form to a more usable and understandable format. Data wrangling is also …
This article is going to describe the concepts of data analytics to answer the question – What is Data Analytics? You can read more articles by clicking on the Data Science/Analytics.
What is BPMN? Why is it used? What are the elements of BPMN? You will find answer to all these questions in this post?
Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) and Business Process Management (BPM) have the same goal of achieving organisational efficiency and effectiveness. But what is the difference between BPM and BPR?
Corona Pandemic is going to have a significant impact on the IT industry? How can you keep yourself relevant? Which certifications will be in demand?
How do we measure the performance of a Business Analyst? I am going to explain one of such metrics in this post. What is review …
Technical debt is used in the Agile world. In this post, I am going to provide a brief overview of this term as it is related to another important concept of Hardening Sprint.
Recently came across this question on Quora? And I thought that this question needs an answer as this is a pertinent question. So, the real question is – Why can’t a developer play the role of a business analyst?