The motive of the course is to introduce absolute beginners, or novices to the fundamentals of analytics by using examples from daily life. Using a combination of real-life stories, interviews with analytics experts and journalistic articles presented in a breezy narrative style, Analytics for Beginners will ensure that you will never look at numbers and data in the same way again.
Trends in Streaming Analytics and Message-Oriented Middleware
The Impact of Machine Learning on the Enterprise Today
Data Curation for Artificial Intelligence Strategies
Strategies for Transitioning to a Cloud-First Enterprise
Databases vs. Hadoop vs. Cloud Storage
Trends in Enterprise Advanced Analytics
There really isn't any doubt that analytics is and going to be a huge element of enterprises in the future. Getting ahead of the curve by learning analytics now provides a pathway to success, as well as transferable skills that can help in every facet of life.
Business Analytics has emerged as one of the most lucrative career options in terms of salary and growth. In fact, 'Data Scientist' has consistently been one of the best jobs by various surveys.
Analytics does require a good understanding of concepts like compound interest, statistical measures etc. and also understand how to use graphs. This course will focus on when to use these concepts on both basic and advanced levels.
A data analyst collects and stores data on sales numbers, market research, logistics, linguistics, or other behaviors. They bring technical expertise to ensure the quality and accuracy of that data, then process, design and present it in ways to help people, businesses, and organizations make better decisions.