About this courseSkip About this course
Learn how to handle different data types, understand mathematical notation, become proficient in handling data sets and summary statistics, and even get a sneak peek into how to be effective at making stctistical inferences and predictions, all told in a way to maximize your understanding—so that afterward, you can be well on your way toward analyzing data in any field or discipline.
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- Handle data sets for analysis purposes
- Understand beginning mathematical notation
- Work with different types of data
- Summarize data with distributions and graphs
- Apply summary statistics to analyze and understand data sets
- Calculate business metrics and KPIs to derive business value from data sets
- Apply basic inferential math to data
- Use tools to forecast future trends in data
Module 2: Summarizing Data with Distributions and Graphs
Module 3: Summary Statistics
Module 4: Business Statistics
Module 5: Introduction to Inferential Math and Forecasting
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Frequently asked questions
A: No. We will be using Excel Online for all applied portions of the course, with the exception of a lab in Module 5, where we will not require the desktop version of Excel and the applied portion is optional.
Q: Do I need a Windows computer to complete the course?
A: No. You can complete the labs using a computer running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.