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Data Science with R

DS with R
12
Mar

Objectives:

 This lesson will help the learners identify the need for Data Analytics and explain the concept of Data warehouse, data mining and statistical analysis

 Detailed Coverage:

  • Need of Business Analytics
  • Introduction to Business Analytics
  • Features of Business Analytics
  • Types of Business Analytics
  • Descriptive Analytics
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Prescriptive Analytics
  • Supply Chain Analytics
  • Health care Analytics
  • Human Resource Analytics
  • Web Analytics
  • Business Decisions
  • Business Intelligence (BI)
  • Data Science
  • Importance of Data Science
  • Data Science as a Strategic Asset
  • Big Data
  • Analytical Tools
  • Objectives
  • An Introduction to R
  • Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN)
  • Cons of R
  • Companies Using R
  • Installing R on Various Operating Systems
  • Installing R on Windows from CRAN Website
  • IDEs for R
  • Installing RStudio on Various Operating Systems
  • Steps in R Initiation
  • Benefits of R Workspace
  • Setting the Workplace
  • Functions and Help in R
  • R Packages
  • Installing an R Package
  • Operators in R
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Assignment Operators
  • Conditional Statements in R
  • Ifelse() Function
  • Loops in R
  • Break Statement
  • Next Statement
  • Scan Function
  • Running an R Script
  • Running a Batch Script
  • R Functions
  • Data Structure and Apply functions in R
  • Graphics in R
  • Types of Graphics
  • Bar Charts
  • Creating Simple Bar Charts
  • Editing a Simple Bar Chart
  • Pie Charts
  • Histograms
  • Creating a Histogram
  • Kernel Density Plots
  • Creating a Kernel Density Plot
  • Line Charts
  • Creating a Line Chart
  • Box Plots
  • Creating a Box Plot
  • Heat Maps
  • Creating a Heat Map
  • World Clouds
  • Creating a Word Cloud
  • File Formats for Graphic Outputs
  • Saving a Graphic Output as a File
  • Exporting Graphs in RStudio
  • Exporting Graphs as PDFs in RStudio
  •  Introduction to Statistics 
  • Recap
  • Basics of Statistics
  • Types of Data
  • Qualitative vs. Quantitative Analysis
  • Types of Measurements in Order
  • Nominal Measurement
  • Ordinal Measurement
  • Interval Measurement
  • Ratio Measurement
  • Statistical Investigation
  • Statistical Investigation Steps
  • Normal Distribution
  • Example of Normal Distribution
  • Importance of Normal Distribution in Statistics
  • Use of the Symmetry Property of Normal Distribution
  • Standard Normal Distribution
  • Distance Measures
  • Distance Measures—A Comparison
  • Euclidean Distance
  • Example of Euclidean Distance
  • Manhattan Distance
  • Minkowski Distance
  • Mahalanobis Distance
  • Cosine Similarity
  • Correlation
  • Correlation Measures Explained
  • Pearson Product Moment Correlation (PPMC)
  • Pearson Correlation—Case Study
  • Dist() Function in R
  •  Hypothesis Testing I
  • Recap
  • Hypothesis
  • Need of Hypothesis Testing in Businesses
  • Null Hypothesis
  • Alternate Hypothesis
  • Null vs. Alternate Hypothesis
  • Chances of Errors in Sampling
  • Types of Errors
  • Contingency Table
  • Decision Making
  • Critical Region
  • Level of Significance
  • Confidence Coefficient
  • β Risk
  • Power of Test
  • Factors Affecting the Power of Test
  • Types of Statistical Hypothesis Tests
  • An Example of Statistical Hypothesis Tests
  • Upper Tail Test
  • Upper Tail Test
  • Upper Tail Test
  • Test Statistic
  • Factors Affecting Test Statistic
  • Critical Value Using Normal Probability Table
  • Hypothesis Testing II
  • Recap
  • Parametric Tests
  • Z-Test
  • Z-Test in R—Case Study  T-Test
  • T-Test in R—Case Study
  • Testing Null Hypothesis
  • Testing Null Hypothesis
  • Testing Null Hypothesis
  • Testing Null Hypothesis
  • Testing Null Hypothesis
  • Testing Null Hypothesis
  • Objectives of Null Hypothesis Test
  • Three Types of Hypothesis Tests
  • Hypothesis Tests About Population Means
  • Decision Rules
  • Hypothesis Tests About Population Means—Case Study 1
  • Hypothesis Tests About Population Means—Case Study 2
  • Hypothesis Tests About Population Proportions
  • Hypothesis Tests About Population Proportions—Case Study 1
  • Chi-Square Test
  • Steps of Chi-Square Test
  • Degree of Freedom
  • Chi-Square Test for Independence
  • Chi-Square Test for Goodness of Fit
  • Chi-Square Test for Independence—Case Study
  • Chi-Square Test in R—Case Study
  • Introduction to ANOVA Test
  • One-Way ANOVA Test
  • The F-Distribution and F-Ratio
  • F-Ratio Test
  • F-Ratio Test in R—Example
  • One-Way ANOVA Test—Case Study
  • One-Way ANOVA Test in R—Case Study
  • Regression Analysis 
  • Recap
  • Introduction to Regression Analysis
  • Use of Regression Analysis—Examples
  • Types Regression Analysis
  • Simple Regression Analysis
  • Multiple Regression Models
  • Simple Linear Regression Model
  • Simple Linear Regression Model Explained
  • Correlation
  • Correlation Between X and Y
  • Method of Least Squares Regression Model
  • Coefficient of Multiple Determination Regression Model
  • Standard Error of the Estimate Regression Model
  • Dummy Variable Regression Model
  • Interaction Regression Model
  • Non-Linear Regression
  • Non-Linear Regression Models
  • Non-Linear Models to Linear Models
  • Algorithms for Complex Non-Linear Models
  • Classification
  • Recap
  • Introduction to Classification
  • Examples of Classification
  • Classification vs. Prediction
  • Classification System
  • Classification Process
  • Classification Process—Model Construction
  • Classification Process—Model Usage in Prediction
  • Issues Regarding Classification and Prediction
  • Data Preparation Issues
  • Evaluating Classification Methods Issues
  • Decision Tree
  • Decision Tree—Dataset
  • Classification Rules of Trees
  • Overfitting in Classification
  • Tips to Find the Final Tree Size
  • Basic Algorithm for a Decision Tree
  • Statistical Measure—Information Gain
  • Calculating Information Gain—Example
  • Calculating Information Gain for Continuous-Value Attributes
  • Enhancing a Basic Tree
  • Decision Trees in Data Mining
  • Naive Bayes Classifier Model
  • Features of Naive Bayes Classifier Model
  • Bayesian Theorem
  • Naive Bayes Classifier
  • Bayesian Theorem
  • Applying Naive Bayes Classifier—Example
  • Naive Bayes Classifier—Advantages and Disadvantages Nearest Neighbor Classifiers
  • Computing Distance and Determining Class
  • Choosing the Value of K
  • Scaling Issues in Nearest Neighbor Classification
  • Support Vector Machines
  • Advantages of Support Vector Machines
  • Geometric Margin in SVMs
  • Linear SVMs
  • Non-Linear SVMs
  • Clustering & Association
  • Recap
  • Introduction to Clustering
  • Clustering vs. Classification
  • Use Cases of Clustering
  • Clustering Models
  • K-means Clustering
  • K-means Clustering Algorithm
  • Pseudo Code of K-means
  • K-means Clustering Using R
  • K-means Clustering—Case Study
  • Hierarchical Clustering
  • Hierarchical Clustering Algorithms
  • Requirements of Hierarchical Clustering Algorithms
  • Agglomerative Clustering Process
  • Hierarchical Clustering—Case Study
  • DBSCAN Clustering
  • Concepts of DBSCAN
  • DBSCAN Clustering Algorithm
  • DBSCAN Clustering—Case Study
  • Association Rule Mining
  • Application Areas of Association Rule Mining
  • Parameters of Interesting Relationships
  • Association Rules
  • Association Rule Strength Measures
  • Limitations of Support and Confidence
  • Apriori Algorithm
  • Apriori Algorithm—Example
  • Applying Apriori Algorithm
  • Step 1—Mine All Frequent Item Sets
  • Algorithm to Find Frequent Item Set
  • Finding Frequent Item Set—Example
  • Ordering Items
  • Candidate Generation
  • Candidate Generation—Example
  • Step 2—Generate Rules from Frequent Item Sets Generate Rules from Frequent Item Sets—Example
  • Problems with Association Mining

 

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