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DNSC 6403 : Visualization for Analytics
School of Business
Decision Sciences (DNSC)
DNSC
6201
Introduction to Business Analytics
Intro to Business Analytics
Fall 2016
1.5
Course Type
Lecture
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25
Suneel Grover
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An introduction to business analytic concepts, methods, and tools with concrete examples from industry applications; Big Data and the opportunities it has created for businesses to store, organize, and analyze vast amounts of information. Completion of a basic course in statistics prior to enrollment is recommended.
At the end of this course, students will be able to: 1. Understand business analytics is a key competency essential for business success 2. Understand the business analytics process 3. Understand how analysts can organize, enhance and derive value from their business data, including the following areas: Managing data 1. Data access 2. Data cleansing 3. Data preparation Applying techniques for converting raw data to business information o Interactive data exploration 1. Visualization 2. Summarization & reporting Analyzing and modeling data 1. Introductory predictive analytics 2. Model interpretation & diagnostics

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