Data Analysis

Analyzing and dicephering data for trends and information is the key to success for any company. It can increase productivity and performance. As advancing technology has rapidly expanded the types and amount of information we can collect, knowing how to gather, sort, and analyze data has become a crucial part of almost any industry. You’ll find data analysts in the criminal justice, fashion, food, technology, business, environment, and public sectors—among many others. Two Potato analysts can offer:


Data mining is an essential process for many data analytics tasks. This involves extracting data from unstructured data sources. These may include written text, large complex databases, or raw sensor data. The key steps in this process are to extract, transform, and load data (often called ETL.) These steps convert raw data into a useful and manageable format. This prepares data for storage and analysis. Data mining is generally the most time-intensive step in the data analysis pipeline.


Data management or data warehousing is another key aspect of a data analyst’s job. Data warehousing involves designing and implementing databases that allow easy access to the results of data mining. This step generally involves creating and managing SQL databases. Non-relational and NoSQL databases are becoming more common as well.

Data Statistical Analysis

Statistical analysis allows analysts to create insights from data. Both statistics and machine learning techniques are used to analyze data. Big data is used to create statistical models that reveal trends in data. These models can then be applied to new data to make predictions and inform decision making. Statistical programming languages such as R or Python (with pandas) are essential to this process. In addition, open source libraries and packages such as TensorFlow enable advanced analysis.