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New Post 1/6/2021 5:32 AM
User is offline lak13
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Dissertation suggestions 

Dear Forum,

I'm an Information Management Masters student who intends to move into Data Analysis with Data Architecture as the end destination.

Although to the untrained eye, Information Management and Data Analysis could be mistaken as similar, in practice Information Management is a Humanities course focusing on archiving and preservation and Data Analysis is the scientific manipulation of data.

I'm hoping forum members could suggest a Dissertation subject I could pursue which lends to both disciplines which will give me further insight into Data Analysis whilst also appeasing the archives and preservation aspect.

Many thanks

New Post 3/9/2021 6:33 AM
User is offline ShreeMBA
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Re: Dissertation suggestions 


You aspiration towards Data Analyst /Data Analyst career is a great choice.

As you might know that the field of Data anlaysis deal with Big Data and there are related tools which are wideky used in almost all of the projects. You can parallely get certified in Data analyst courses offered by universities or individual education platforms online..

They primarily deal with python coding ,tools for Statistical analysis like excel, visualization tools like Tableau  and many more. All the Business revolves with data hence it can be made related to your field of study/discipline.Data analysis is one the  key skills exepected in the industry and it will always be an enabler to your career.

Good Luck!

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