Get yourself trained on Statistics for Data with this Online Training Statistics for Data Analysis Using Excel 2016.
Online Training Statistics for Data Analysis Using Excel 2016
Start loving data and making sense of it. Leverage the power of MS Excel to make it easy!Learn statistics, and apply these concepts in your work place using Microsoft Excel.This course is aboutStatistics and Data Analysis. The course will teach you the basic concepts related to Statistics and Data Analysis, and help you in applying these concept. Various examples and data-sets are used to explain the application.I will explain the basic theory first, and then I will show you how to use Microsoft Excel to perform these calculations.Following areas of statistics are covered:Descriptive Statistics – Mean, Mode, Median, Quartile, Range, Inter Quartile Range, Standard DeviationData Visualization – 3 commonly used charts: Histogram, Box and Whisker Plot and Scatter PlotProbability – Basic Concepts, Permutations, CombinationsPopulation and SamplingProbability Distributions – Normal, Binomial and Poisson DistributionsHypothesis Testing – One Sample and Two Samples – z Test, t Test, p Test, F Test, Chi Square TestANOVA – Perform Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) step by step doing manual calculation and by MS Excel.
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