Get yourself trained on SAS Predictive Modeling with this Online Training SAS Predictive Modeling Using Logistic Regression.
Online Training SAS Predictive Modeling Using Logistic Regression
Prerequisite: ‘Learn SAS and Become a Data Ninja’ or equivalent. While Idiscuss the SAScode associated with performing logistic regression, I don’t do it in any real detail.If you are in the banking/finance, healthcare, insurance industry, chances are the programming language of choice for your company is SAS.Predictive Modeling is all about predicting an outcome (outcome/response variable), based on a bunch of predictors. In this course, we will work through an example where we are interested in predicting a customers Loan_Status based on a bunch of historical data (the predictors). Predictive Modeling is an attractive option because it brings a ton of value to any organization. However, it is also on the higher end of the complexity spectrum when compared to some other business analytic options. The complexity in utilizing predictive modeling largely manifests in the number of steps required and the expertise required for some of the steps. This course is designed to reduce and/or eliminate these issues.Remember, you have a 30 day money back guarantee in case you do not enjoy the course! But I am confident you will enjoy it.The base of the course is complete but you can expect additions of content throughout 2019.Sign up today and learn SASPredictive Modeling.
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