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Want to study MBA? Worried how to do data analysis? The [course_title] course teaches you the data analysis process that will help you to your MBA study. At first, you will learn how to present and summarise your data. Then, you will learn data-based decision making and modelling for decision making

The purpose of the course is to teaches you essential data analysis skill so that you can able to effort your MBA curriculum.

**Assessment**

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Imperial College London

### Course Curriculum

Module: 1 | |||

Welcome | 00:03:00 | ||

1.1 Introduction a | 00:02:00 | ||

1.1 Introduction b | 00:03:00 | ||

1.2 Sourcing good data a | 00:02:00 | ||

1.2 Sourcing good data b | 00:06:00 | ||

1.2 Sourcing good data c | 00:04:00 | ||

1.2 Sourcing good data d | 00:02:00 | ||

1.6 Measures of central tendency | 00:03:00 | ||

Module: 2 | |||

2.2 Review of set theory | 00:04:00 | ||

2.6 Probability trees | 00:01:00 | ||

2.7 Decision trees | 00:01:00 | ||

Module: 3 | |||

3.1 Introduction | 00:02:00 | ||

3.3 The normal distribution | 00:02:00 | ||

3.4 Using the normal distribution to find the probability of a range of values a | 00:04:00 | ||

3.4 Using the normal distribution to find the probability of a range of values b | 00:07:00 | ||

3.5 Sampling from a wider population a | 00:03:00 | ||

3.5 Sampling from a wider population b | 00:02:00 | ||

3.5 Sampling from a wider population c | 00:01:00 | ||

3.5 Sampling from a wider population d | 00:02:00 | ||

3.5 Sampling from a wider population e | 00:02:00 | ||

3.5 Sampling from a wider population f | 00:02:00 | ||

3.5 Sampling from a wider population g | 00:02:00 | ||

3.6 Confidence intervals: Estimating population parameters using sample statistics a | 00:05:00 | ||

3.6 Confidence intervals: Estimating population parameters using sample statistics b | 00:05:00 | ||

3.7 Hypothesis testing: Introduction | 00:01:00 | ||

3.9 Hypothesis testing: two types of error a | 00:02:00 | ||

3.9 Hypothesis testing: two types of error b | 00:01:00 | ||

Module: 4 | |||

4.1 Introduction a | 00:02:00 | ||

4.1 Introduction b | 00:02:00 | ||

4.2 Correlation a | 00:06:00 | ||

4.2 Correlation b | 00:04:00 | ||

4.2 Correlation c | 00:04:00 | ||

4.4 Correlation: Spurious relationships and notions of causality a | 00:03:00 | ||

4.4 Correlation: Spurious relationships and notions of causality b | 00:03:00 | ||

4.5 Regression: Linear regression a | 00:05:00 | ||

4.5 Regression: Linear regression b | 00:05:00 | ||

4.6 Regression: Establishing whether the relationship is statistically significant | 00:03:00 | ||

4.7 Regression: Introduction to multiple regression | 00:03:00 | ||

4.8 On your MBA: The CAPM | 00:02:00 | ||

Assessment | |||

Submit Your Assignment | 00:00:00 | ||

Certification | 00:00:00 |

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