Introduction and Overview
Business Analytics increase their Total Addressable Market (TAM) to $82B for calendar year (CY) 2018, fueling an 11% CAGR in their total addressable market from CY 2013 to 2018.
The global text analytics market has a potential to reach $6.5B by 2020, attaining a CAGR of 25.2% from 2014 to 2020. Customer Relationship Management (CRM), predictive analytics and brand reputation are the top three projected applications.
This course is designed for professionals who aspire to learn an open source R tool for Analytics. Certified R Analytics Specialist covers the concept of Business Analytics and its strategic importance to any organization. You will understand how cutting-edge businesses use data to optimize marketing, maximize revenue, make operations efficient, and make hiring and management decisions so that you can apply these strategies to your own company or business. Participants will learn how to address business needs through the use of analytics, how some organizations have done it and what has been done to achieve them. Conducted interactively with case studies and real business problems, participants can also expect to learn the basic principles, concepts, techniques and tools used in business analytics. Also, covers different types of business analytics with real life use cases including descriptive analytics and predictive analytics.
Participants are recommended to have preferably min. 2 years of experience in software development, business domain or data/business analysis. However, if you do not have any experiences, you can still consider taking up the course and we will advise you accordingly.
This is a 4-day intensive training program with the following assessment components.
Component 1: Written Examination (MCQ)
Component 2. Project Work Component (PWC)
These components are individual based. Participants will need to obtain 70% in both the components in order to qualify for this certification. If the participant fails one of the components, they will not pass the course and have to re-take that particular failed component. If they fail both components, they will have to re-take the assessment.
Unit 1: Introduction of Business Analytics
Unit 2: Introduction to R
Unit 3: Data Structures, Operators and Functions in R
Unit 4: Exploring and Visualizing Data in R
Unit 5: NoSQL Database with R for Data Analysis
Unit 6: Big Data Analysis in R
Unit 7: Data Mining in R
Unit 8: Predictive Modelling in R
Unit 9: R Applications
Unit 10: R Case Studies
Participants will also be exposed to various software tools in the market for analytics and would be having hands on session on R analytical tool. The course would be ideal for professionals/executives to gain an insight on the analytics, how to align to the business vision and get the value out of it.
As part of the written examination, each participant will be assessed individually on the last day of the training for their understanding of the subject matter and ability to evaluate, choose and apply them in specific context and also the ability to identify and manage risks. The assessment focuses on higher levels of learning in Bloom’s taxonomy: Application, Analysis, Synthesis and Evaluation. This written examination will primarily consist of 40 multiple choice questions spanning various aspects as covered in the program. It is an individual, competency-based assessment.
The objective of the certification examination is to evaluate the knowledge and skills acquired by the participants during the course. The weightage in key topics of the course as follows: