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An analyst is an individual who performs analysis of a topic. The term may refer to:

  • Analyst (journal), a chemistry journal
  • Analyst (software), mass spectrometry software
  • Behavior Analyst, a professional who practices applied behavior science
  • Business analyst, an employee who examines the needs and concerns of clients and stakeholders
  • Color analyst, a sports commentator who assists the main commentator
  • Financial analyst, an individual who analyzes securities and business equity in economics and finance
  • Handwriting analyst, a person who performs a personality assessment through handwriting
  • Industry analyst, an individual who performs market research on segments of industries to identify trends in business and finance
  • Intelligence analyst
  • Marketing analyst, a person who analyzes price, customer, competitor and economic data to help companies
  • News analyst, examines and interprets broadcast news
  • numerical analyst, develops and analyzes numerical algorithms
  • Psychoanalyst, a practitioner who acts to facilitate understanding of a patient's unconscious mind
  • Public analyst, a qualified chemist appointed by a local authority in the United Kingdom
  • Public policy analyst, an individual who analyzes the effect of public policies with respect to their goals
  • Quantitative analyst, applies mathematical techniques to investment banking, especially in the fields of risk management, trading, and financial derivatives
  • Systems analyst, an individual who analyzes technical design and functional design for software development

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