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Analysing your data can take a long time and cost a lot of money to run. Taking data from large sets to digestible facts and figures is no easy feat. And doing it over and over again can be very frustrating.


We know, because we’ve been there - and we have some good news…


You don’t need to spend hours simplifying your data and endlessly tweaking formulas. Instead, you can use our no-code tool, and we can do it for you!


Keep reading to find out how auto analysis can help you...

What is auto analysis?


Automated data analytics is a lot simpler than it sounds. In a nutshell, it means using computer systems and processes to perform analytics on your data, without the need for manually inputting formulas to count your values and spot your patterns.


Many workplaces and small businesses can benefit from automating their data analytics processes. So, let’s find out why you might need auto analysis, and how you can do it.

Why do you need auto analysis?


Marketing: Perfect for customer analysis, so that you can quickly identify trends in who your best customers are, where they live, and how they use your services. Providing easy-to-use data that can streamline your next campaign.


Fundraising: Perform business analysis of CRM, with the data you need, ready for when you need to prepare investment decks. So that you can prepare yourself with the best strategic insights to propel your organisation from investment and beyond.


Events: Analyse attendee data, so you can make the most of what you know, ready for those all important sponsorship proposals. Saving you time for creative problem-solving and thinking up new ideas for revenue-generation.

Auto Analysis: Explained

In the next few steps, we're going to explain how you can analyse your data in seconds with our no-code tool. But before that, let's find out exactly what you'll be getting out of it!


Your data will be sorted and analyses across three different tabs.


Reference Tab

This is the homepage of your data set. The reference tab shows you a brief overview of your columns. Including how many bits of data you have and how many of those are unique.


Core Analysis

Here, your most important columns are analysed. From each column, the rows are ordered numerically and given percentages based on how often they appear. This can help you to instantly spot the most common occurrences; including where the majority of your clients live, the gender diversity of your team, or the companies who attend your events the most.


Other Analysis

This tab does the same sorting and organising as Core Analysis, but it does it across all of the columns. So, if you really do need to know how many Davids or Priyas visit your website this is the tab for you!

How can you do it?

It’s simple! All you need to do is drag and drop your document into our tool. Then, we’ll work some data magic, so you can sit back, relax and have everything under control.


Why not give it a go with some test data first?

So, how do you get started?

Step 1: Prepare your spreadsheet

First, make sure the first row of your spreadsheet contains the title of each column. Then, save your spreadsheet as a CSV-UTF8 file. Don’t know how? Don’t worry, just head over to our step-by-step guide.


You take further steps to prepare by following our step-by-step data analysis process guide. From there, you're in the best position to analyse your data with little to no errors.

Step 2: Let us do the work

It's time to pop your file into our tool...



Then, voila! Within seconds your analysed data will be returned to you in a neat dashboard style spreadsheet.

Having problems? Watch our step-by-step video…

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