So obviously big data = very computer use heavy. As someone looking into the career I am wondering if there are jobs that involve the data analysis/statistics/decision making/presentation aspects without the data processing /programming aspect. Maybe using some kind of pre-packaged software to analyze the clean data.
I want to get into the business decision side of big data and know some of the “polished” (non-coding) tools but I don’t want to be a programmer…because I tried and am not very good at it.
Is there a job that kind of bridges between hard core programming savy data scientist and the business side that doesn’t require as much raw programming/data cleaning ect.? Is this a job or do data scientist typically run it all the way up to senior management?
statistics, math, end user software with a GUI is all good….python….not as much.
The image that comes to mind is a group of people who work to run analysis on data, sit around and discuss what it means and how to present it and then work with senior management/c-suite to help make strategy decisions based on that….I feel like that should be a job, but it doesn’t sound like what data scientists do….based on what I’ve read it sounds like a bridge between the two….more like an MBA data analytics role?
Job tittles and softwares to research would help a ton!