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Leading Books On Data Analytics In 2019

Data analytics is always moving forward. Keep up to date with these innovative books!

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Data analytics is what runs much of our world today. Efficiency is important, and analyzing optimal methods reduce costs for companies, governments, and individuals.

Such a powerful tool is bound to be complex and constantly evolving, with new methods seemingly coming out every year. It is essential, then, to get started on the latest books on this fascinating field.

#1 Web Analytics 2.0 by Avinash Kaushik

Web Analytics 2.0 by Avinash Kaushik
Even it being a bit old and it dont having 999 readers 5 star rating in Amazon it is still a great source of data Analytics ideas. Avinash is a genius and is the favorite Google’s Guru on Data Analytics on events. I read this book years ago and still use the concept I learned in my job today.

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#2 Storytelling with Data by Nussbaumer Knaflic, Cole

Storytelling with Data by Nussbaumer Knaflic, Cole
What good is data if you can’t communicate value with it? It’s just a bunch of ones and zeros. Visualizing and storytelling with data is the start to communicating value to your executives, and your clients alike.

Storytelling With Data really does a great job of helping its reader comprehend, visualize, and communicate the value that data holds. I strongly recommend this book for business owners, and corporate professionals who need to interpreter data from time to time. For professionals who work closer with data – Its still a good read, but you may prefer something a bit more advanced.

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#3 Big Data by Viktor Mayer-Schonberger

Big Data by Viktor Mayer-Schonberger
An Oxford University Professor and the Editor of The Economist have combined their knowledge to create a book that presents big data in a easy and digestible way. There are plenty of data analytics studies out there that are tailored towards applying these ideas to business, but this book gives you the bigger picture.

Learn how Google and Facebook are affecting your life on a personal level and within larger society, from the government to business and science. Big Data pulls back the veil to reveal the influential powers at work in our world, and how online content is at the heart of it.

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#4 The Data-Driven Leader by Jenny Dearborn

The Data-Driven Leader by Jenny Dearborn
The book offers a fresh look at the way organizations may practice human resource management. The author shows how data can reveal psychology-related patterns within the business behavior of employees. At the same time, you will find critics on the usage of common KPIs. Jenny advises HR managers to implement design thinking while developing and interpreting key performance indicators. The book will be a breath of fresh air for HR practitioners and people managers in medium and large organizations.

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Contributors to this article
Erico Franco from Gravity

Chris Jan from Medicus IT

Steve Pritchard from Checklate

Eckhard Ortwein from Lean Case

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