Top 10 Youtube Channels for Data Analysts

A list of ten best Youtube channels for the current and future data or product analysts
Top 10 Youtube Channels for Data Analysts

Do you dream of a career in analytics or are you simply fascinated with data? Our selection of the 10 best Youtube channels for analysts will guide you through all the ins and outs of analyzing data by using the most widely trusted tools, tactics, and methods. Most of the following Youtube channels have useful content for both newbies and people with some experience who wish to improve their qualifications and progress to a higher level. Enjoy!

1. Alex The Analyst

Alex the analyst Youtube channel

A career oriented channel by Alex Freberg designed to make a data analyst from anyone interested in this path. The author goes over everything you need to know to become a data analyst - from SQL for different levels to Excel, Power BI, Tableau and resume advice. If you are wanting to make a career change or learn the skills needed to become a data analyst, be sure to subscribe to stay up to date with the content of this channel.

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2. Luke Barousse

Luke Barousse Youtube channel analytics

A channel of a practicing analyst who makes videos about tech and skills for data science. Besides videos about Python and Tableau, the author creates funny things related to work and life as a data analyst.

3. Ken Jee

Ken Jee Youtube channel analytics

Ken Jee deals with data science and sports analytics. The author is one of the many people who decided to move to a new field and discovered that there is too little information about it. So, he decided to start a Youtube channel and to describe his journey in data analytics as he grew in the profession.

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4. Recall by Dataiku

Recall Youtube channel analytics

Recall is a fairly new but promising branded channel from Dataiku - the platform for everyday AI. It is dedicated to educating viewers about the reality of working with data (similar to devtodev analytics - see its demo and pricing). They cover sme topics not found in other analytics channels.

5. Tina Huang

Tina Huang Youtube channel analytics

The author of this channel is a data scientist at a FAANG company who covers topics of data science, learning, and productivity. Tina Huang shares some favorite time-savers and productivity hacks because they are a continuous learner and always try to minimize effort and maximize outcome.

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freeChodeCamp Youtube channel analytics

freeCodeCamp is an extremely famous and popular channel that is known to probably all people working in IT. It has a dedicated playlist on Python especially for data analysts and many more videos on various code and IT and analytics related topics. It’s simply interesting and opens up some unexpected topics.

7. Guy in a Cube

Guy in a Cube Youtube channel analytics

Guy in a Cube is a very useful channel for PowerBI and learners, but it also has plenty of videos on Azure Synapse Analytics. It has a playlist for those who are getting started, for advanced students, some tips and even challenges. Explore the channel to get you the information to be successful as an analyst!

8. ExcelIsFun

Excellsfun Youtube channel analytics

Excel is the most basic of the basic knowledge that you need as a data analyst. There are many Youtube channels on that topic, but you can start with this one because it has more than 3K Excel “how to” videos from beginner to advanced, including downloadable Excel files to practice and pdf notes to summarize concepts.

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9. kudvenkat 

kudvenkat Youtube channel analytics

SQL is another important piece of knowledge for an analyst and you cannot do without it. It has a SQL Server tutorial playlist consisting of 150 videos that covers every topic you could possibly think of.

10. StatQuest with Josh Starmer 

StatQuest Youtube channel analytics

StatQuest is a Youtube channel for advanced analysts (from middle and up) and covers topics of statistics, machine learning and data science. The author tries to break down the major methodologies of these difficult topics into easy to understand short videos. And they have plenty of them!

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