Gain an interdisciplinary understanding of the essential fundamentals of analytics, including analysis methods, analytical tools, such as R, Python and SQL, and business applications.
Using common analytics software and tools, statistical and machine learning methods, and data-intensive computing and visualization techniques, learners will gain the experience necessary to integrate all of these parts for maximum impact.
Project experience is also included as part of the MicroMasters® program. Through these projects, learners will hone their skills with data collection, storage, analysis, and visualization tools, as well as gain instincts for how and when each tool should be used.
These projects provide hands-on experience with real-world business applications of analytics and a deeper understanding of how to apply analytics skills to make the biggest difference.
What you will learn
- Use essential analytics tools like R, Python, SQL, and more.
- Understand fundamental models and methods of analytics, and how and when to apply them.
- Learn to build a data analysis pipeline, from collection and storage through analysis and interactive visualization.
- Apply your new analytics skills in a business context to maximize your impact.
Program Class List
1Computing for Data Analysis
2Data Analytics for Business
3Introduction to Analytics Modeling
Meet your instructors
Richard W. Vuduc
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Drawing on her experience helping thousands of people learn HTML, CSS, and web design, Jennifer Kyrnin guides you from the absolute basics all the way to creating responsive web layouts and beyond. One step at a time, you learn how to create and post HTML to a hosting service; build a basic HTML document; write a CSS style sheet; use internal and external style sheets; build and style HTML text; create HTML5 outlines; adjust fonts and typography; choose and change colors; create CSS3 rounded corners; and even add HTML5 web video and audio.
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Learn How To
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- Format text, data tables, links, and media
- Publish your pages to a web server
- Create online forms
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- Prepare for the Microsoft MTA exam 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS
Who Should Take This Course
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- Candidates taking Microsoft exam MTA 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS
Basic experience using text editors and managing files; no HTML or CSS experience necessary
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