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Course modules will pause after Friday, December 23, 2022, and resume on Monday, January 2, 2023. Enjoy the holiday break!
About the Course
Statistics for Data Science is a highly-practical, eight-week course that will provide you with the foundational tools to solve data science problems and prepare you to take the next steps in the world of machine learning.
You Will Learn To:
- Leverage a data set to produce a specified set of results
- Evaluate results and understand the concept of hypothesis testing
- Perform a Principal Components Analysis (PCA) to provide meaningful insights into the original data set
- Learn the intricacies of logistic regression, evaluate its outputs, and comprehend how a link function works
- Perform multiple pairwise comparisons and analyze models with multiple categorical predictors
- Build a classification model and interpret results
- Present a start-to-finish analysis with meaningful insights on a data set using exploratory analysis dimension reduction, linear models, and classification models
Methodologies and Techniques:
You Will Be Able To:
- Solve data science problems and prepare to take the next steps in the world of machine learning
- Understand RStudio and its application
- Gain confidence handling and manipulating data
- Interpret data and be able to communicate it effectively
- Earn a certificate of completion from the University of Chicago and become part of the UChicago network
Meet Your Instructor
Gregory Bernstein works as a data scientist for Kinexon Sports and Media, a small branch of a German based company working with teams in the NBA, NFL and other professional leagues to monitor athletes’ movement and exertion, provide consultation regarding load management, and optimize in-game performance. Bernstein enjoys working in the startup environment and engages in analytical modeling, reporting and visualization, and product development. He earned a BA from Lafayette College in creative writing and economics in 2012 and graduated from the University of Chicago Master of Science in Analytics program in 2019. In addition to sports, Bernstein has a passion for teaching and education and has previously worked with the Princeton Review and as a TA for both the MS Analytics program and the Booth School of Business.
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