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Advanced Business Analytics with R Certification Course

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Overview
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    Certification
    Like 84% of our learners, get recognised at work for your analytical skills.
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    Job Opportunities
    Master data analytics with R and become a candidate for over 2,00,000 jobs.
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    Who Should Attend
    Engineering, IT, commerce & finance students
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    Salary Packages
    The average pay for an entry-level Business Analyst is ₹4.8 lakhs per year.
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    Expert Faculty
    Learn from vastly experienced data scientists and business analytics experts.
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Certification
Like 84% of our learners, get recognised at work for your analytical skills.
manipal overview icon
Job Opportunities
Master data analytics with R and become a candidate for over 2,00,000 jobs.
manipal overview icon
Who Should Attend
Engineering, IT, commerce & finance students
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Salary Packages
The average pay for an entry-level Business Analyst is ₹4.8 lakhs per year.
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Expert Faculty
Learn from vastly experienced data scientists and business analytics experts.
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Course Curriculum
1.1 What is Business Analytics?
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Describe business analytics
Describe the evolution of analytics beginning with “scientific management” to its present form
Describe the differences between analytics and analysis and explain the concept of insights
Describe the broad types of business analytics

1.2 A Case for Business Analytics
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Describe how organisations benefit from using analytics

1.3 Understanding Data
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Describe the importance of data in business analytics
Describe the differences between data, information and knowledge
Describe the various stages that an organization goes through in terms of data maturity
Explain what an organization can do in the absence of good quality data

1.4 Business Analytics, Business Intelligence and Data Mining
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Explain the differences between Business Analytics and Business Intelligence
Describe the two major components within Business Analytics and Business Intelligence
Understand how Data Mining as a technique helps both Business Intelligence and Business Analytics

1.5 Analytical Decision-Making
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Describe the analytical decision-making process
Describe the characteristics of the analytical decision-making process

1.6 Analysing Business Problems Using Key Questions
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Describe how a business problem can be broken down repeatedly into key questions and then answered through analytics
Describe the characteristics of a good key question

1.7 Skills of a Good Business Analyst
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Identify the skills of a good business analyst

1.8 Future of Business Analytics
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Describe the current trends that are likely to shape the future of business analytics

2.1 Big Data Analytics in the Enterprise
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Describe the characteristics of big data
Describe how hardware and software technologies are helping analytics handle extremely large volumes of data

2.2 Social Media Analytics
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Define social media analytics
Describe the capabilities and common goals of social media analytics

2.3 Basic Statistical Concepts and Types of Data
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Define statistics and its use in business
Describe the types of data
Describe the basic statistical concepts

2.4 Sampling Techniques
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Explain the concept of sampling and why it is necessary
Describe the various techniques for sampling
Describe a good sample

2.5 Frequency Distributions and Measures Of Central Tendency
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Describe frequency distributions
Explain the various measures of central tendency

2.6 Variability and Shape
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Explain the different measures of dispersion
Explain the different measures of shape

2.7 One-way Analysis of Variance
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Explain the concept of ANOVA
Calculate ANOVA using MS Excel
Test a hypothesis using ANOVA

2.8 Correlation
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Evaluate the statistical relationships between two random variables and understand the measure of correlation
Identify and quantify the correlation between two datasets using MS Excel
Explain the concepts of correlation versus causation

3.1 Linear Regression
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Explain how to model statistical relationships between two data series using linear regression
Create a linear regression model to forecast values using linear regression in MS Excel

3.2 Linear Programming
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Explain the concept of linearity
Describe linear programming
Formulate a linear programming problem

3.3 Linear Programming – Allocation Models
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Describe allocation models in linear programming
Solve allocation model problems in linear programming using MS Excel

3.4 Linear Programming – Covering Models
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Describe covering models in linear programming
Solve covering model problems in linear programming using MS Excel

3.5 What is R
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Understand the need to learn R
Identify the R interface - Console

3.6 k-Means Clustering
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Identify what is Clustering?
Understand the Concept of k-Means Clustering
Cluster a dataset in MS Excel using k-Means
Cluster a dataset in R using k-Means

3.7 Statistical Modelling
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Define a Statistical Model
Understand and build Linear Models
Compute Regression Statistics
Determine ANOVA

3.8 Regressions
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Understand the concept of Multiple Regression
Create a Multiple Regression Model in MS Excel
Create a Multiple Regression Model in R
Understand the concept of Logistic Regression
Create a Logistic Regression Model in MS Excel

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Frequent Questions we get
Is the price of the program inclusive of taxes?
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The price mentioned on the page is inclusive of all taxes and you do not have to pay anything over and above that.

Is this a distance or online program?
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This is an online program, available in 1 mode – Instructor-Led.

Is there any option of online classes?
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No. Instructor-led is the only options available.

What is the duration of Advanced Business Analytics program with R?
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The duration of all our courses is 90 days. You can become an expert Business Analyst by spending just 1 hour every day for 90 days.

What are the unique features of this program?
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We provide hands-on experience with Excel and R along with seamless access to reading materials, videos, case studies and hands-on experience with Excel and R tool

How and when are the exams conducted?
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The exams window is activated 1 month after the course purchase. You will get 3 attempts to clear the certification. Please note that there should be a minimum gap of 7 days between each attempt.

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