CIW: Data Analyst (1D0-622)

This Course Includes:

Prepare for the CIW 1D0-622 exam with the latest CIW Data Analyst course. The data analyst training provides complete coverage of the 1D0-622 exam objectives and provides the skills in fundamentals of data analysis and big data, tools for capturing and analysing data. It also teaches students how to analyse and report data and work with data sources. The 1D0-622 exam guide has the best learning resources and study materials to help you prepare for the exam.

What do you get:

The CIW Data Analyst certification is the fourth credential in the CIW Web and Mobile Design series. It covers using data to analyse all aspects of a company’s operation and make appropriate business decisions, how to compare and contrast structured and unstructured data, and how to deploy tools for capturing and analysing data, including Hadoop, R Project, and custom database solutions.

Lessons 1: Fundamentals of Data Analysis

  • The Importance of Quality Source Data
  • Data Structure Types
  • Centralised Data Benefits
  • Structured Vs. Unstructured Data
  • Types of Data
  • Typical Sources of Business Data
  • Data Protection Policies
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Data Life Cycle Management (DLM)
  • Data Analysis Process
  • Lesson Summary

Lessons 2: Introduction to Big Data

  • Big Data
  • The Importance of IT Data Management
  • IT Business Environments
  • Cloud-Based Data
  • Cloud-Native Data
  • In-House Data
  • When to Migrate In-House Data to the Cloud
  • Variations of Cloud-Based Systems
  • Typical Databases Used for Data Analysis
  • Data-Driven Business Decisions
  • Impact of Data Errors
  • Importance of Organisational Strategy and Data Quality in Data Analytics
  • Data Modelling
  • Importance of Data Maintenance and Data Backup

Lessons 3: Working with Data Sources

  • Data E-Harmony: Working with Different Departments to Bring Data Together
  • The Purpose of Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • CRM Integration: A Banking Scenario
  • Obtaining Data from Email and User Forums
  • Obtaining Data from Other Knowledge Bases
  • Obtaining Data from CRM and Business-to-Business Frameworks
  • Transaction, Payment and Inventory Data
  • Using Multiple Data Sources

Lessons 4: Tools for Capturing and Analysing Data

  • Data Analytics Tools
  • Capturing Data: Tableau Public
  • Capturing Data: Google BigQuery
  • Capturing Data: OpenRefine
  • Overview: Hadoop-Based Environments
  • Capturing and Analysing Data in Hadoop
  • The R Project
  • Additional Software for Data Capture

Lessons 5: Analysing and Reporting Data

  • Network Traffic
  • Data Integration
  • Why Testing is Important?
  • Statistical Computing and Programming
  • Organisational Efforts and Business Outcomes
  • Best Methods to Capture and Report Specific Data
  • Data Analysis and Reporting Dashboards
  • Create Reports and Charts
  • Create a Presentation for Reporting Data
  • Frequently Asked Questions for Presentations

Appendix A: Data Analyst Objectives and Locations

Appendix B: Works Consulted

Hands-on LAB Activities

Fundamentals of Data Analysis

  • Learning the Data Analysis Lingo
  • Learning Structured and Unstructured Data in the Real World
  • Analysing the Metadata and Understanding Search Engine Optimisation
  • Using the AdSense and AdWords Services

Introduction to Big Data

  • Analysing and Utilizing Big Data
  • Adapting to Changing Data Requirements
  • Comparing Relational Database Management Systems
  • Analysing DDDM and Data for Blanket Technology

Working with Data Sources

  • Calculating the Churn Rate
  • Analysing Customer Relationship Management
  • Calculating Consumer Lifetime Value in Banking
  • Understanding the RFM Analysis for Customer Segmentation

Tools for Capturing and Analysing Data

  • Creating a Stacked Bar Chart
  • Using RStudio

Analysing and Reporting Data

  • Creating a Gantt Chart
  • Comparing Prezi and PowerPoint Presentations
  • Creating a PowerPoint Presentation

Exam FAQs

The pre-requisites are: CIW User Interface Designer or equivalent knowledge CIW Internet Business Associate or equivalent knowledge CIW Site Development Associate or equivalent knowledge CIW Advanced HTML5 & CSS3 Specialist or equivalent knowledge An understanding of spreadsheets, databases, business processes, web sites, and coding

The examination fee is GBP £150


The exam consists of linear, multiple choice, fill in the blank, fact-based, and situational questions.




7+ Lessons

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