Categories: Tools & Techniques

Choose the right analytics tool for your company

There are hundreds of analytics tools available in the market. These tools have varied capabilities and they range from free tools to very, very expensive ones. If you are looking to drive analytics within your organization, you will face this question – which tool should I choose for my company?

Should you go for the free and powerful R tool or should you go for the tried and tested SAS tool? When do you need to move beyond Excel?

There are many considerations when it comes to choosing the right tool for your organization. Capabilities, pricing, type of user interface (graphical vs. code based) are some of the important ones. In the table below, we have compiled some of this information that will help you make the right decision.

Now I invite you, our readers, to contribute information about other tools and technologies that you have come across.

Click on the links below to read more about Jigsaw Academy’s analytics courses for Beginners –

  1. Beginner’s course in analytics
  2. Beginner’s course in data science
Interested in learning about other Analytics and Big Data tools and techniques? Click on our course links and explore more.
Jigsaw’s Data Science with SAS Course – click here.
Jigsaw’s Data Science with R Course – click here.
Jigsaw’s Big Data Course – click here.
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