Objective of this course is to impart knowledge on use of data mining techniques for deriving business intelligence to achieve organizational goals. Use of R (statistical computingCSS – MOOCs Proposal software) to build, assess, and compare models based on real datasets and cases with an easy-to-follow learning curve.
Basic Statistics Knowledge
Big Data companies, Analytics & Consultancy companies, Companies with Analytics Division
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Gaurav Dixit is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management Studies at the IndianInstitute of Technology Roorkee. He earned his doctoral degree from the Indian Institute ofManagement Indore and an engineering degree from Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi.Previously, he worked in Hewlett-Packard (HP) as software engineer, and Sharda Group ofInstitutions as project manager on deputation.Gaurav’s research focuses on information technology (IT) strategy, electronic commerce, electronicwaste, data mining, and big data analytics and provides insights on business and social value of IT.His research has appeared in quality journals & conferences, including Resources, Conservation andRecycling, Journal of Global Information Technology Management, Sustainable Production andConsumption, Journal of Information Technology Management, DIGITS conference, India FinanceConference, Indian Academy of Management conference, and Academy of Management conference.
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Week1:General Overview of Data Mining and its Components Introduction and Data Mining Process Introduction to R Basic Statistical Techniques Week2:Data Preparation and Exploration Visualization Techniques Week3:Data Preparation and Exploration Visualization Techniques Dimension Reduction Techniques Principal Component Analysis Week4:Performance Metrics and Assessment Performance Metrics for Prediction and Classification Week5:Supervised Learning Methods Multiple Linear Regression Week6:Supervised Learning Methods Multiple Linear Regression Week7:Supervised Learning Methods NaÃ ̄ve Bayes Week8:Supervised Learning Methods Classification & Regression Trees Week9:Supervised Learning Methods Classification & Regression Trees Week10:Supervised Learning Methods Logistic Regression Week11:Supervised Learning Methods Logistic Regression Artificial Neural Networks Week12:Supervised Learning Methods and Wrap Up Artificial Neural Networks Discriminant Analysis Conclusion
Books and References
Data Science and Big Data Analytics: Discovering, Analyzing, Visualizing and Presenting Data by EMC Education Services (2015)
Data Mining for Business Intelligence: Concepts,Techniques, and Applications in Microsoft Office Excel with XLMiner by Shmueli, G., Patel, N. R., & Bruce, P. C. (2010)
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