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Course Curriculum 2011
Dear Candidate Thank you for showing interest in our programme. OrangeTree Global is today a trusted brand throughout the Analytics Industry. Please find below a comprehensive view of our SAS, Analytics, Excel and Advance Excel (VBA Macros) programmes (S1) Base SAS (30 Hours) - Rs 8000/(S2) Advanced SAS (18 Hours) – Rs 5000/(S3) Base SAS +Advanced SAS (48 Hours) – Rs 10000/(A1) Analytics (48 Hours) - Rs 15000/(E1) Base Excel (18 Hours) – Rs 3000/(E2) Advanced Excel (12 Hours) – Rs 3000/(E3) Base Excel + Advanced Excel – Rs 5000/(P1) Base SAS + Advanced SAS + Base Excel + Advanced Excel (78 Hours) – Rs 12500/-
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Formats. Or. Enhance the quality of the reports through the use of labels. Creating formats using Format Procedure. Use of Transpose procedure to manipulate SAS data sets. Import data sets using the SAS Import Wizard. performance. SAS allows you to transform data about customers. Generating Different reports using SAS Proc steps Generate listing reports using Print and Report procedures. Label. including 93 of the top 100 companies on the 2010 FORTUNE Global 500® list.xls) Etc. Rename statements Coping SAS data sets from one library to another library Creating subsets of a data set using the firstobs. Excel files (.txt.. Summary. Simply put. footnotes and various default reporting options.xls) Etc.csv). Use of And. Generate HTML. the copyright of the respective authors. design. Duration: 30 hours Introduction to SAS Enterprise Guide 4. All layout.000 sites in over 100 countries..1 What is SAS Enterprise Guide 4. Descriptor portion and data portion of a data set Creating descriptor portion using Contents procedure and use of keywords like nods. short. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . unless otherwise stated. That’s why SAS is used at more than 50. Generate Summary reports and frequency Distribution using Freq procedure. If and When conditional statements to create subsets from a data set. position. RTF and PDF reports outside SAS environment using ODS statement.1? The SAS Enterprise Guide Projects The User interface The process flow The active data sets Introduction to SAS Libraries and SAS Syntax Introduction to some concepts about SAS data sets and Data understanding Types of variables in SAS Create temporary and permanent SAS data sets Introduction to Informats. Creating data sets and Variables conditionally Use of Where. financials and more into information and predictive insight that lays the groundwork for solid and coherent decisions. Descriptive statistics of numeric variables using Means. titles. Excel files (. The information provided on these pages remains. Separate out data sets based on suitable conditions using SAS conditional statements Import and Export data sets using SAS Import various type of data sets like Text files (. Length. fact-based decisions? What if you could deliver 2more campaigns – with the same staff – to retain your most valuable members? SAS has helped organizations across all industries realize the full potential of their greatest asset: data. SAS Formats. In.Base SAS What if you could increase revenue using your data to make confident. using SAS codes. keep drop. Export SAS data sets into different type of file like Text files (. _all_. Contains logical operators and the sign of inequalities. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. original graphics. Univariate and Tabulate procedure.txt. obs.csv).
Process SAS data sets using Do loops and Array Do loop statements in SAS data step Use of Nested do loops Use of Do while and Do until loop Concept of SAS Array and use of Array in SAS Dimension of an Array. design. trailing @ controls for reading raw data files. Combining SAS data sets Appending two or more SAS data sets using data step and Append procedure. Reading Raw data sets Use of infile statement options when reading raw data file Use of various components like line pointer controls.SAS Functions to manipulate SAS data Sets and Variables SAS date Functions to manipulate date variables in a data set. All layout. Error handling and debugging Identify and resolve programming and logic errors Recognizing and correcting SAS syntax errors The information provided on these pages remains. Array elements. original graphics. Sort observations in SAS data sets in the specified order of magnitude. SAS functions to convert character data to numeric data and vice versa. Merging two or more data sets in data step. introduction to temporary array and the use of it. DSD option and PAD option while reading raw files. Reading missing values by using missover. Use of SAS functions to manipulate Character and Numeric data. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. the copyright of the respective authors. unless otherwise stated. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global .
All layout. Defining Arithmetic and Logical expressions in SAS Macro. format option in Proc SQL. Describing. Creating new variables using Proc SQL. Remerging. Interfaces with the SQL Procedure. Editing observations and Data table management like Updating Data Values. All. Creating. Application of Where clause. Introduction to Macro Variables and the Concept of Global and Local Macro variables. Construct sub queries within a PROC SQL step Combining Queries with Set Operators. design. =*(tests for a value that sounds like a specified value). Right Join. in a Table using Proc SQL. Between – And. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . In. Exists. Having Clause. Contains. Selecting Duplicate/unique values. Working with SAS Macros Getting started with Macro facility Introduction to SAS programs and Macro Processing Generating SAS Codes with Macro Language Defining and Calling Macros Introduction to Macro parameters and the concept of Positional and Keyword parameters.Advanced SAS Programming It’s time to take your knowledge and understanding of SAS to the next level as this programme takes you further into the realm of SQL in SAS and provides you with deeper insight into SAS Macros. Left Join. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. Use of Inner Join. Using other conditional operators like Any. Like. Advantages of using Proc SQL over Traditional SAS Codes Introduction to Relational data base. Updating and Deleting view using Proc SQL Creating macro variables with Proc SQL. unless otherwise stated. the copyright of the respective authors. label. Compare solving a problem using the SQL procedure versus using traditional SAS programming techniques. deleting a table. remerging for totals. Use of Case expression on Select statement. deleting rows. Duration: 18 hours Structured Query Language (SQL) in SAS using Proc SQL Introduction to Structured Query Language in SAS. original graphics. Creating outputs and new tables using Proc SQL statement. Use of select statement to display Column headings from a table. Altering columns. Is Null or is Missing. Introduction to SQL Joins and a comparison between SAS merge and SQL join. Macro functions. Creating and updating tables using Proc SQL. Use of Customized formula for Calculations and creating subsets of the data sets. Full join. Use of Calculated option. Writing query for sorting a report and Data sets in a specified order of magnitude. Introduction to Storing and Reusing Macros Writing Efficient Macro Analytics The information provided on these pages remains. Evaluation of Arithmetic and Logical expressions in SAS Macro.
Basic introduction to prediction and profiling. Semi inter . Various moment measures: Skewness. All layout. Discrete Probability distribution Binomial Distribution and Binomial plot using Proc Gplot procedure in SAS. relative frequency. Median. Business managers may choose to make decisions based on past experiences or rules of thumb. Line graph. Box plots. Quantile Plots or probability Plots Scatter diagram. Models in data mining. Stem and leaf diagram. A practical definition. Application of Normal distribution in Analytics with real life examples. The information provided on these pages remains. Use of Discrete and Continuous Random variables and examples and introduction to Theoretical probability distributions. Pie graph. Introduction to the measures of dispersion: Range. but unless there are data involved in the process. Exploratory data Analysis (EDA) Developing a basic understanding of the data: introduction to data types and data dictionary. unless otherwise stated. design. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above.A simple definition of analytics is "the science of analysis". Standard deviation. Graphical summary using SAS/GRAPH: Introduction to Bar graph. however. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . Continuous Probability distribution Normal Distribution and Standard Normal Distribution Normal plot using Proc Gplot procedure in SAS. Common applications of analytics include the study of business data using statistical analysis in order to discover and understand historical patterns with an eye to predicting and improving business performance in the future. the copyright of the respective authors. Quantitative data Tabular summary: One – way and two – way frequency distribution. Line graph. Kurtosis. Random event. Graphical summary using SAS/GRAPH: introduction to Histogram. Duration: 48 hours Introduction to Data Mining What is data mining? Direct and indirect data mining. Random variable and concept of classical theory of probability. Mean deviation. cumulative frequency.quartile range. Poisson distribution and Poisson plot using Proc Gplot procedure in SAS. original graphics. Mode. or there might be other qualitative aspects to decision making. Introduction to Probability and Theoretical Distributions Introduction to Random experiment. percent frequency. Missing value and Outlier treatment: Various methods and application using SAS Codes. This programme focuses on some of the key techniques and practices used by leading analytics companies today. Application of Binomial and Poisson distribution in Analytics with real life examples. would be that analytics is the process of obtaining an optimal or realistic decision based on existing data. it would not be considered analytics. Descriptive Statistics of the variables using Proc Univariate Procedure Introduction to various measures of Central tendencies: Mean. Data Summarization techniques: Qualitative data Tabular summary: One – way and two – way frequency distribution.
SC. original graphics. Choosing the set of right explanatory variables. Understanding the concepts of Multiple Regression. Confidence level and level of Significance. Assessing the model fit by means of the model fit statistics. Heteroskedasticity. Correlation and Linear Regression Introduction to Pearson’s Correlation coefficient using Proc Corr procedure. Correlation and Causation Fitting a simple linear regression model with the Proc REG procedure. Splitting the sample to create Training. Problem of Estimation and Testing of Hypothesis Introduction to Some important terminologies Parameter and Statistic. difference between two group means(independent sample) and difference between two group means(Paired sample) using Proc TTEST in SAS. Auto – Correlation. Examining Residuals 2. Chi–Square Tests & Analysis of Variance Performing test of one sample mean. Interpretation of the model: overall fit of the model and fining out the influential variables using Odds ratio criteria. Standard Deviation and Standard Error. Data manipulation and preparing the data for the model. Introduction to categorical data analysis and Logistic Regression Comparison between Liner Regression and Logistic Regression Performing Logistic regression using Proc Logistic Procedure in SAS. Validation and hold out test set towards creating a balanced model set. Formulation of Null and Alternative hypothesis and performing simple test of Hypothesis. Linear Regression diagnostics 1. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . Constructing Confidence Intervals.square tests: Test of Independence and Test of Goodness – of – Fit using Proc Freq procedure in SAS. Point and Interval Estimation. Importance of building robust model: model stability issue. Receiver Operating Characteristics (ROC) Curve and Area under Curve (AUC). and Hosmer – Lemeshow. Using automated model selection techniques in PROC REG to choose the best model from among several competing models. The information provided on these pages remains. Interpretation of the model: overall fit of the model and fining out the influential variables. the copyright of the respective authors. design. Assessing Colinearity. Performing one-way ANOVA with Proc Anova and Proc GLM procedure Performing post-hoc multiple comparisons tests in PROC GLM using Tukey’s mean test. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. Data Mining methodology Translating a business problem in to a Statistical problem. T-Tests. AIC. All layout.Introduction to Sampling and Sampling Distribution Concept of Population and Sample Use of Proc Surveyselect procedure in SAS. Performing Goodness of fit of the model: Introduction to Percent Concordant. Performing two-way ANOVA with and without interactions. unless otherwise stated. Performing Chi .
Performing K – means Clustering in SAS – Divisive Clustering. Autoregressive models and Stepwise Autoregression (STEPAR) procedure. Estimation and forecast using Proc ARIMA in SAS. design. Agglomerative Clustering. Detecting the order by using AIC and BIC criterion. Identifying pattern in Time series data : Decomposition of the time series data and general aspect of the analysis Introduction to Various Smoothing techniques: Simple Moving Average. Introduction to Proc Forecast to generate forecast for time series data. the copyright of the respective authors. Bartlett’s Test Sphericity. Evaluating the Goodness of Fit in ARIMA by using Mean Error. Holt’s Linear Exponential Smoothing Examples of Seasonality and detecting Seasonality in Time series data. unless otherwise stated. Building an ARIMA Model. Seasonality in ARIMA Model Detecting the order of AR and MA of ARIMA model by Autocorrelation Function (ACF) and Partial Autocorrelation Function (PACF). All layout. Introduction to Time Series Analysis What is Time series Analysis? Objectives and Assumptions of Time Series. Autoregressive and Moving Average models and Introduction to Box Jenkins Methodology. Application Cluster Analysis in Analytics with Examples with profiling of the clusters and interpretation of the clusters. Introduction to Multivariate Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (MARIMA) The information provided on these pages remains. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . Using automated model selection techniques in PROC Logistic to choose the best model from among several competing models using AIC criterion. Introduction to Factor Loading Matrix and various rotation techniques like Varimax and Promax. Using Hierarchical Clustering by Proc Tree procedure in SAS. original graphics. Weighted Moving Average. Introduction to Autoregressive Moving Average (ARMA) model and Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA) model. The Mineigen Criterion. Detection of Stationarity. Scree plot. Introduction to Segmentation techniques: Cluster Analysis Introduction to Cluster Analysis and various techniques: Hierarchical and Non – Hierarchical Clustering techniques. Exponential Smoothing. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. Application of Factor Analysis using Proc Factor procedure: KMO MSA test. Mean Absolute Error and Mean Absolute Percentage Error (MAPE). Introduction to Factor Analysis Introduction to Factor Analysis and various techniques: Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Common Factor Analysis (CFA).
Validate data entry using Data Validation option. Protect worksheets. Creating Pivot Chart. unless otherwise stated. an increasing number of employers rely on Excel for decision support. Importing data from other source using Get External data: From text From web From Access Split data into multiple columns using Text to Column. Use of Group option. Top / Bottom Rules. Locate cells with data validation. Filter for top bottom numbers. original graphics. filter by color. Right. restrict user data entry. Format cells base on conditions using Conditional Formatting Add data visualization: Data bars. Currency format. Protecting Excel data: Make a file read – only. Freeze Panes: Freeze Top row. Search. Date format. Assign a file password. The information provided on these pages remains. Hide cell formulas. use of Advanced filter option. design. the copyright of the respective authors. Duration: 18 hours Getting started with Excel 2007 and Basic Navigation through Excel Changing format of the Active Cell – Text format. What if Analysis in Excel: Goal Seek. Font color. Not only are many business professionals using Excel to perform everyday functional tasks in the workplace. Using Formulae in Excel Formulae to Manipulate Character variables Left.Excel Excel is perhaps the most important computer software program used in the workplace today. Creating Pivot Tables and Charts: Create Pivot Table. filter for below or above average numbers. First Column. create a customized list for sorting. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. Mid. All layout. forming outline group. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . From the viewpoint of the employer. Group data together. use a filter for numbers. Removing filter. Renaming Pivot table fields. Any Row and column together. remove items from a group. Extend a series with Auto fill. That’s why so many workers and prospective employees are required to learn Excel in order to enter or remain in the workplace. Alignment of the cell. Select and Manage Pivot table data. Collapse subtotal heading and control individual subtotals. Color Scale. Number format. and Adding Calculations on our own. changing the calculation type. Formatting Pivot table values. using filter for text strings. Sort by multiple criteria. Create multiple subtotals. Generate a Subtotal. Highlight Cell Rules. Transpose data. Sort Pivot table data. the use of Excel as an end-user computing tool is essential. Icon set. Sort by cell color. Manage Range names. Auto Format Pivot tables. Lower. filter by date and time. Find. Removing duplicate records by using Remove Duplicates option. Upper. Filtering data: Create an Autofilter. Generate Multilevel Totals. particularly those in the field of information systems. Name and Use a Range of cells. Proper. Choose additional comparison criteria. Sort data sets by a column. open a file as read – only or copy.
Round. Roundup. Today (). Now (). Countif. Log. Weekday. Countblank. Yearfrac Formulae to Manipulate Numeric variables Sum. Randbetween. Bar Graphs Area Charts Excel Logical Functions And Or If. Substitute. Reference and Lookup functions Vlookup Hlookup Index and Match Troubleshoot Formula Errors Div/0! #Value! #Name Circular Reference Number Stored as Text Formula omits Adjacent Cells The information provided on these pages remains. Iserror. Year. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. design. Rand (). If and Iserror in combination. Month. If in combination with other functions with some examples. Iferror. Ln. unless otherwise stated. Exp Rank Sqrt. ABS. All layout. Sumif. Days360. Date. the copyright of the respective authors. Rept Function as an example of In-Cell Graphics Len Concatenate Formulae to Manipulate Date variables Day. Sumproduct. CountA. Mod. Charting in Excel Column Charts Line Charts Pie Chart. Weeknum. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . Replace. Average Count. Rounddown. Nested if. original graphics. Log10.
Validation of Number Variables. Execution of Sub and Function Procedure.Loop. Clear method. VBA Macros – Scope and Techniques Data Validation techniques. analyzing business data. Understanding the Macro Security and saving a workbook with Macro contents.VBA Macros Using Microsoft Visual Basic with Excel. Number format property. Understanding the VBE. design. Importing and Exporting objects. Multidimensional Array. business model calculations. the Font property. Do until. Concept of Variables Variable Names.Then . Custom Validation. A working knowledge of VBA Macros is crucial for all Analysts. Introduction to various methods and properties to be used with various objects in VBA. Using Variable. Adding new module. Some useful Range properties: The Value property. The If . Various Data Type (Numeric and Non Numeric) Recording a Macro and Testing it. Validation form a List. Address property. creating dashboards. Using With End with Structure. Interior property. the copyright of the respective authors.Next Loop. Paste Special Techniques on VBA Introduction to Pivots on VBA Introduction the Loop with Suitable examples: For. unless otherwise stated... Copy and Paste method. Do while.. Count Property. Dynamic Array. communicating with business databases. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . Using built . All layout.Advanced Excel. Constants and Data types.. Declaring Variables. Duration: 12 Hours Introduction to Excel VBA Macro. removing module.in VBA Functions with Examples. Delete method. Text Variables.Else Structure with Some examples and examples of Select case structure. Formula property. Discovering the VBE parts Elements that go into a module 3 ways of inserting VBA code into a module General Navigation Modifying the existing Macro in VB editor window. automating worksheet construction. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. powerful business analysis tools can be developed quickly and with minimum cost. Objective of developing VBA Macro Codes. Working with Arrays in VBA: Declaring Array.Loop. Examining a Macro from VB Editor. Sorting data from single or multiple columns in Ascending/ Descending. Introduction to various objects and Properties to be used in VBA language. Some Useful range methods: The Select method. original graphics.. The information provided on these pages remains. the list is endless.. Examples of Sub Procedure and Function Procedure. the text property. VBA can be used for business tasks like report generation. creating charts. Has formula property.
Combobox. Option button. Adding various controls in Userform. An Example using Userform with the controls like Command button. concepts and other World Wide Web Intellectual Property Rights barring the information mentioned above. Introduction to Activex Controls and Userform. unless otherwise stated. All layout. Text Box. design. remains the property and copyright of OrangeTree Global . original graphics. the copyright of the respective authors. The information provided on these pages remains.
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