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### Complete Data Science Course

#### INTRODUCTION

- Need of Data analyses
- Need of Statistics
- How Visualization helps Industry?
- How models helps to predict and find the pattern in it
- Data Science tools in market
- Why Python/R for Statistics & Data science?
- Who analyze data?
- Sample vs Population
- Descriptive & Inferential statistics
- Central tendency (Mean, Median, Mode)
- Standard deviation, variance, Quartiles, Box Plot
- Hypothesis testing
- Normal distribution, uniform distribution
- Histogram, frequency distribution
- Poisson distribution
- P-value, Z-test, T-test, F distribution
- Type 1 and 2 errors
- Chi square test
- Annova Analyses
- R-Square, Adjusted R-Square

#### Statistics

#### Spotfire

#### CHARTS

- Table visualization
- Cross Table
- Graphical table
- Bar chart
- Waterfall chart
- Line chart
- Combination chart
- Pie chart
- Scatter plot
- 3D Scatterplot
- Map chart
- Tree Map
- Heat Map
- KPI Chart
- Parallel co-ordinate plot
- Summary Table
- Information designer
- Data source
- IL’s – (prompts, parameterized, personalized)
- Joins
- Procedures
- Library Management
- GUID Export/import elements
- Text Area
- Data table/column/document properties
- Data on demand
- Markings, Calculated columns, Transformations
- Filters (types, schemas, filter functions)
- Details on Demand
- Tags, Lists, Bookmarks, Collaboration
- Webpage, Recommended visualizations
- Export visualizations
- Basics of Python
- Anaconda tool
- Spyder & Jupyter Notepad
- Arrays
- Dataframes
- Visualizations
- Pandas
- Numpy
- Matplotlib
- Seaborn
- All Packages related to Data science.
- Basics of R
- R Studio tool
- Vectors
- Lists
- Matrices
- Arrays
- Factors
- Data frames
- Visualizations
- All packages related to Data Science

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