In this note, a novel methodology that can extract a number of analysis results for linear time-invariant systems (LTI) given only a single trajectory of the considered system is proposed. The superiority of the proposed technique relies on the fact that it provides an automatic and formal way to obtain a valuable information about the controlled system by only having access to a single trajectory over a finite period of time (i.e., the system dynamics is assumed to be unknown). At first, we characterize the stability region of LTI systems given only a single trajectory dataset by constructing the associated Lyapunov function of the system. The Lyapunov function is found by formulating and solving a linear programming (LP) problem. Then, we extend the same methodology to a variety of essential analysis results for LTI systems such as deriving bounds on the output energy, deriving bounds on output peak, deriving L2 and RMS gains. To illustrate the efficacy of the proposed data-driven paradigm, a comparison analysis between the learned LTI system metrics and the true ones is provided.