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What is the best data analysis tool?
Oribi(2.97%)
Tableau(5.86%)
Rapid Miner(4.48%)
Knime(1.83%)
R-Programming(7.87%)
Power-Bi(7.45%)
MS Excel(35.42%)
SQL(10.0%)
Python(12.05%)
Looker(2.16%)
Openrefine(0.78%)
Talend(0.99%)
Other(8.14%)
Votes: 3328
United States: 47 Closed on: 15-Mar-2022

The Best Data Analysis Tools in Town

Data analysis can be one of the most boring tasks to do, but however boring it might be, it requires zero errors. For this very reason, analysts and programmers sat down and created some life-changing data analysis tools. Life-changing because these tools decrease costs, increase profits, and save time. In trying to decode which data analysis tool is the best, we conducted a poll with 3,328 respondents. MS Excel seems to be the most-preferred software as 35.43% of respondents claim to be using it. The next best options are Python (12.05%), SQL (10.01%), R-Programming (7.87%), Power-Bi, and (7.42%) Tableau (5.86%). Some others are Rapid Miner (4.48%), Oribi (2.97%), Looker (2.16%), Knime (1.83%), Talend (0.99%), and lastly OpenRefine (0.78%). 8.14% of the respondents use other applications not mentioned on the list.