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Course in Data Science

Contact: +917095167689
About the Course:
In this course you will get an introduction to the main tools and ideas which are required for Data
Scientist/Business Analyst/Data Analyst. The course gives an overview of the data, questions, and
tools that data analysts and data scientists work with. There are two components to this course. The first
is a conceptual introduction to the ideas behind turning data into actionable knowledge. The second is a
practical introduction to the tools that will be used in the program like R Programming, SAS, MINITAB and

Course features:

140+ hours of teaching

Exam on every weekend

Exclusive doubt clarification session on every weekend

Real Time Case Study driven approach

Live Project

Placement Assistance


Any Graduate. No programming and statistics knowledge or skills required

Duration of the course:

3 months (7 day week).

Mode of course delivery

Classroom/Online Training

Faculty Details:

A team of faculty having an average 20 + years experience in the data analysis across various
industries and training.

Module:1 - Descriptive & Inferential Statistics:(35 Hrs)

1. Turning Data into Information

5. Hypothesis Testing

Data Visualization

Hypothesis Testing

Measures of Central Tendency

Type I and Type II Errors

Measures of Variability

Decision Making in Hypothesis Testing

Measures of Shape

Hypothesis Testing for a Mean,

Covariance, Correlation

Using Software-Real Time Problems

2. Probability Distributions

Probability Distributions: Discrete

Variance, Proportion

Power in Hypothesis Testing

Using Software-Real Time Problems

6. Comparing Two Groups

Random Variables

Comparing Two Groups

Mean, Expected Value

Comparing Two Independent Means,

Binomial Random Variable

Poisson Random Variable

Pairs wise testing for Means

Continuous Random Variable

Two Variances Test(F-Test)

Normal distribution

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Using Software-Real Time Problems

3. Sampling Distributions


7. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)

One-Way and Two-way ANOVA

Central Limit Theorem

ANOVA Assumptions

Sampling Distributions for Sample

Multiple Comparisons (Tukey, Dunnett)

Proportion, p-hat

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Sampling Distribution of the Sample

Mean, x-bar

Using Software-Real Time Problems

4. Confidence Intervals

Statistical Inference

Constructing confidence intervals to

8. Association Between
Categorical Variables

Two Categorical Variables Relation

Statistical Significance of Observed

Relationship / Chi-Square Test

estimate a population Mean, Variance,


Using Software-Real Time Problems

Calculating the Chi-Square Test


Contingency Table

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Module:2 Prediction Analytics (35Hrs)

1. Simple Linear Regression

6. Diagnostics for Leverage and


Simple Linear Regression Model

Least-Square Estimation of the

Leverage/ Cooks D /DFFITS/DFBETAS


Treatment of Influential Observations

Hypothesis Testing on the Slope and

Using Software-Real Time Problems


7. Polynomial Regression

Coefficient of Determination

Estimation by Maximum Likelihood

Using Software-Real Time

Orthogonal Polynomials

2. Multiple Regression

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Multiple Regression Models

8. Dummy Variables

Estimation of Model Parameters

Hypothesis Testing in Multiple Linear

Polynomial Model in One/ Two /More


The General Concept of Indicator




9. Variables Selection and Model

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Using Software-Real Time Problems


3. Model Adequacy Checking

Forward Selection/Backward Elimination

Residual Analysis

Stepwise Regression

The PRESS Statistic

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Detection and Treatment of Outliers

10. Generalized Linear Models

Lack of Fit of the Regression Model

Concept of GLM

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Logistic Regression

4. Transformations

Poisson Regression

Variance-Stabilizing Transformations

Negative Binomial Regression

Transformations to Linearize the Model

Exponential Regression

Analytical Methods for selecting a

11. Autocorrelation


Generalized and Weighted Least Squares

Using Software-Real Time Problems

5. Multiple Linear Regression

The Multiple Linear Regression Model

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Regression Models with Autocorrelation


Module:3 Applied Multivariate Analysis (20hrs)

1. Measures of Central Tendency,
Dispersion and Association

Measures of Central Tendency/

6. Discriminant Analysis

Measures of Dispersion

Discriminant Analysis (Linear/Quadratic)

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Estimating Misclassification Probabilities

2. Multivariate Normal Distribution

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Exponent of Multivariate Normal




Multivariate Normality and Outliers

Test Statistics for MANOVA

Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors

Hypothesis Tests

Spectral Value Decomposition

MANOVA table

Single Value Decomposition

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Using Software-Real Time Problems

3. Sample Mean Vector and

Sample Correlation

Distribution of Sample Mean Vector

Interval Estimate of Population Mean

Inferences for Correlations

Using Software-Real Time Problems

4. Principal Components Analysis


Principal Component Analysis (PCA)


Using Software-Real Time Problems

5. Factor Analysis

Principal Component Method


Factor Rotations

Varimax Rotation

Using Software-Real Time Problem

Module:4 - Machine Learning(30hrs)

1. Introduction

6. Support Vector Machine

Application Examples

Maximum Marginal Classifier

Supervised Learning

Support Vector Classier

Unsupervised Learning

Support Vector Machine

SVMs with More than Two Classes

Using Software-Real Time Problems

2. Regression Shrinkage Methods

Ridge Regression

Lasso Regression

Using Software-Real Time Problems

3. Classification

7. Cluster Analysis

Agglomerative Hierarchical Clustering

K-Means Procedure

Logistic Regression

Meloid Cluster Analysis

Bayes Rule and Classification Problem

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Discriminant Analysis(LDA/QDA)

Nearest-Neighbor Methods (K-NN

Principal Component Analysis


Using Software-Real Time Problems

Using Software-Real Time Problems

4. Tree-based Methods

The Basics of Decision Trees

Regression Trees

Classication Trees

Ensemble Methods

Bagging, Bootstrap, Random Forests

Using Software-Real Time Problems

5. Neural Networks


Single Layer Perceptron

Multi-layer Perceptron

Forward Feed and Backward Propagation

Using Software-Real Time Problems

8. Dimensionality Reduction

9. Association rules

Market Basket Analysis

Using Software-Real Time Problems

Module:5 - R Programming (20hrs)

1. R Programming

2. Data Analytics Using R

R Basics

Module 1-4 demonstrated using R

Numbers, Attributes

Creating Vector

Mixing Objects

Explicit Coercion

Formatting Data Values

Matrices, List, Factors, Data Frames,

Missing Values, Names

Reading and Writing Data

Using Dput/DDump

Interface to the Outside world

Sub setting R objects

Vectorized Operations

Dates and Times

Managing Data Frames with the DPLYR


Control Structures


Lexical /Dynamic Scoping

Loop Functions