SPSS Statistics Version 26 includes new statistical tests, enhancements to existing statistics and scripting procedures and new production facility capabilities.
Healthcare systems face multiple challenges, including ageing populations, evolving healthcare needs and rising costs. Tailored end-to-end analytics solutions allow healthcare providers to inject ongoing intelligence into key processes to improve patients’ access to high-quality care, supported by cost-effective operations.
Forecasting predicts future values of a particular quantity based on previously observed values of that quantity. Accurate demand forecasting helps decision making across all business areas, allowing you to better anticipate demand and allocate resources more effectively.
In this third video, Alan shows you how to extract the key findings from a Decision Tree so that they can be used to enhance your understanding and develop scoring processes in operational systems.
This second video concentrates on using Hold-out samples to create more robust predictive models. In essence, using ‘new’ data to test a model’s performance before using in production.
SPSS is a fully customisable analytical software. Due to the highly flexible nature of SPSS there are many different styles, types and terms of SPSS licences catering directly to your analytical requirements, installation environment and usage frequency.
In this video, the first of a series, Alan takes you through running a Decision Tree with SPSS Statistics. Learn what settings to choose and how to interpret the output for this machine learning procedure that helps you to use your data to get better return on investment and focus in on the target groups of most interest to you.
If you have ever found that your company has engaged with Analytics initiatives that have not generated the level of success that was envisaged despite appearing to provide good insights, or that your attempts to start Analytics in your business is falling on deaf ears, then, quite likely, your Analytics initiatives are not properly aligned with your company’s Strategy.
In June 2018, I was invited to speak at the UK Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference in Coventry on the Subject of MRO Inventory Management. Based on the standing room only, it was obvious from the start that this is a growing pain for organisations, large and small.
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.