Exploring the Path to Statistical Analysis in Ph.d learning
What you'll learn
- Descriptive Statistics
- Hypothesis Tests:
- Association of Attributes
- Co-efficient of Variations
- Time Series Analysis
- Decision tree
- While no prior statistical knowledge is required, a basic understanding of mathematics and data concepts will be beneficial. You'll need a computer with internet access to engage with interactive exercises and hands-on assignments/quizzes to get the most out of the course.
Get your hands-on ultimate courses on statistical analysis techniques and their application in real-world scenarios.
In today's information-driven world, the ability to analyse and interpret data is crucial for professionals across various disciplines.
Whether you're a researcher, a business analyst, a PhD student, or someone eager to delve into data, this course will equip you with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate complex datasets and draw meaningful conclusions.
Learners will get insights into:-
Descriptive Statistics: Lay the foundation by exploring how to effectively summaries and present data using central tendency and dispersion measures. Discover the art of graphical representation for insightful data communication.
Hypothesis Tests: Dive into the world of hypothesis testing. Learn to formulate hypotheses, conduct tests, and interpret results for confident decision-making.
Association of Attributes: Uncover relationships between attributes and gain insights into how they influence each other using correlation and cross-tabulation techniques.
t-test: Master the t-test and its variations, understanding how to compare means and draw conclusions about populations from sample data.
f-test: Delve into the analysis of variance (ANOVA) using the f-test, a powerful tool for comparing means across multiple groups.
z-test: Explore the z-test for large sample sizes, enabling you to make informed decisions about population parameters.
Co-efficient of Variations: Understand relative variability in data using the coefficient of variation, a crucial concept in risk assessment and comparison of data sets.
Time Series Analysis: Discover the art of analyzing time-dependent data. Learn to identify patterns and trends and forecast future values.
Decision Tree: Navigate the world of predictive analytics with decision trees. Gain the skills to create and interpret these visual models for data-driven decision-making.
Who this course is for:
- Working professionals
- Graduate Students
- Post graduate Students
At Aimlay , we understand the importance of ongoing education and professional development for PhD holders . As technology and research continue to advance rapidly, it is crucial for academics to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in their field.
Our solid expertise is making the Working Professionals get richer with their educational qualifications. They are able to fulfill their hunger of knowledge from where they left off.