Statistics Essentials for Analytics

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Description

The self-paced Statistics Essentials for Analytics Course is designed for the learners to understand and implement various statistical techniques. These techniques are explained using dedicated examples. The use case is taken up at the end of each module and insights are gathered, thus at the end of the course we have a Project which is consistently worked upon throughout the course.

What you'll learn on the course

 Statistics

Course programme

1. Introduction to Statistics and Basic Probability

Learning Objectives - At the end of this module, you will be able to understand Skewness, Modality, Measures of Center, Measures of Spread etc. You will also understand the relationship between these terminologies. You will also be able to analyze airlines data set to gather insights.

Topics - Statistics & Basic Probability - Sampling Methods, Measures of Center, Measures of Spread.

2. Basic Probability, Conditional Probability and Bayesian Inference

Learning Objectives - At the end of this module, you will be able to understand the rules of probability, learn about Disjoint and Independent events, understand the concept of probability, implement these concepts on a case-study. You will also learn and implement Bayes' Theorem and implement Bayes’ theorem on a case-study.

Topics - Conditional Probability & Bayesian Inference - Terms, Definitions, Examples, Concepts & Applications.

3. Distributions and Regression Modeling

Learning Objectives - At the end of this module, you will be able to understand Normal distribution, interpreting z-scores and calculating percentiles, Binomial Distribution, Mean and Standard deviation. You will also understand the Milgram Experiment.

Topics - Probability Distributions & Regression Modeling - Normal Distribution, Binomial Distribution, Linear Regression Model and Analysis.