Analytics for All: Beginners to Experts (2015)
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02 The analytics learning kit
03 Simple speak What is analytics
04 MS Excel Offload your work
05 Data Cleaning
06 Organizing data in Excel
07 Using Excel as a decision tool
08 writing smart Functions in Excel
09 Segmenting Data in Excel
10 Why create reports the tedious way
11 Showcasing your data with Excel
12 Case Study
13 Advanced Excel VBA MACROS – The A, B, Cs
15 Learn more with hands-on Introducing the platform to write and automate
16 Small exercises to connect our learning so far
17 Implementation on a case study
18 Functions and Events can also be customised
20 Hypothesis Testing How to prove something wrong
21 Linear regression Lines and dots
22 Logistic Regression
23 Titanic Case Study – Logistic Regression
24 Cluster analysis
25 Factor analysis Behind the scenes
26 Tips and tricks on Analytics – Do more than you thought you could
27 Case studies Real life data to test your brand new skills
28 R Getting Started
29 Advance Operations in R
30 R Section Task and Codes
31 Getting Started SAS
32 Data Understanding
33 Applying Conditions
34 Combining datasets
35 How to count in SAS
36 Getting SAS to do the math Mean, Median, etc
37 Save your results in different file formats
38 How to Export your data in different file formats
39 Functions Getting SAS to do the heavy lifting
40 Loops Why re-do
41 How to Make good Looking reports
42 Automating your projects
43 How to write SQL queries in SAS
44 Understand what the data wants to tell you
45 Case Studies
46 Fun with Data- Test your skills
47 Make Sense of Data
48 DATA CHALLENGE 1 – Work That Data
49 Case Study with solution
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Foreign exchange, or forex, is the conversion of one country’s currency into another.
In a free economy, a country’s currency is valued according to the laws of supply and demand.
In other words, a currency’s value can be pegged to another country’s currency, such as the U.S. dollar, or even to a basket of currencies.
A country’s currency value may also be set by the country’s government.
However, most countries float their currencies freely against those of other countries, which keeps them in constant fluctuation.