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Webinar: Hot Tech Tips for using SPSS Statistics
– Part 7: ANOVA & Non-Parametric Tests

Top tips and tricks for running ANOVA and non-parametric tests along with more advanced forms of ANOVA that will enable you to compare and analyse differences among groups.

Webinar: Hot Tech Tips for using SPSS Statistics
– Part 6

In this webinar we show you top tips and tricks for building a time series model that will allow you forecast future values and/or predict the impact of other factors on your predictions.

Webinar: Hot Tech Tips for using SPSS Statistics
– Part 5

In this webinar we will be showing you top tips and tricks for Segmenting your data and harnessing these Clustering techniques to target your Direct Marketing activities.

Webinar: Hot Tech Tips for using SPSS Statistics
– Part 4

In this webinar we will be showing you top tips and tricks for Gaining Insights and Building Predictions with Decision Trees.

 

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E2E Sustain: Deployment in Advanced Analytics Projects

Best practices and key considerations before, during and after deploying an analytical initiative to maximise RoI and achieve a high impact on business and operations.

E2E Discover: Analytics, Simplicity and Value – A complicated relationship?

I’ve often seen analytics described primarily by way of the technical complexity of the techniques. In this article, I present a better approach than trying to do something technically complicated just because it may (or may not) yield more business value.

E2E Sustain: Advanced Analytics and the quest for Return on Investment in 5 Key Points

Being able to effectively measure a RoI on the back of an Advanced Analytics project is paramount. In other words, any Advanced Analytics project that is not business outcome driven is worthless.

E2E Prepare: Creating an Analytics Function: 4 Essential Functions to Provide

Throughout industries analytics has taken on an almost ubiquitous nature of late. There are increasing demands for data scientists, open source developers and an in-house capability for providing actionable insights through data. But, can an analytics capability be provided by a data scientist or developers alone?

E2E Discover: What is Analytics?

Analytics is being discussed more and more often in top table conversations, but why do so many organisations still struggle to get to grips with it?

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