Get yourself trained on Predictive Modeling and with this Online Training Predictive Modeling and Regression Analysis using SPSS.
Online Training Predictive Modeling and Regression Analysis using SPSS
Predictive modeling course aims to provide and enhance predictive modeling skills across business sectors/domains. Quantitative methods and predictive modeling concepts could be extensively used in understanding the current customer behavior, financial markets movements, and studying tests and effects in medicine and in pharma sectors after drugs are administered. The course picks theoretical and practical datasets for predictive analysis. Implementations are done using SPSS software. Observations, interpretations, predictions and conclusions are explained then and there on the examples as we proceed through the training. The course also emphasizes on the higher order regression models such as quadratic and polynomial regressions which arent covered in other online courses.Essential skillsets Prior knowledge of Quantitative methods and MS Office, PaintDesired skillsets Understanding of Data Analysis and VBA toolpack in MS Excel will be useful
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