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What is a scientific process of transforming data into insight for mak

What is a scientific process of transforming data into insight for mak

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Business Analytics Defined 


What is a scientific process of transforming data into insight for making better decisions?



Business analytics: 

- Scientific process of transforming data into insight for making better decisions. - Used for data-driven or fact-based decision making, which is often seen as more  objective than other alternatives for decision making.

Tools of business analytics can aid decision making by: 

- Creating insights from data 

- Improving our ability to more accurately forecast for planning - Helping us quantify risk

- Yielding better alternatives through analysis and optimization We also discuss several other topics like Who is seneca?

A Categorization of Analytical Methods and Models 

Descriptive analytics: 

It encompasses the set of techniques that describes what has happened in the past. Examples: data queries, reports, descriptive statistics, data visualization  (data dashboards), data- mining techniques, and basic what-if spreadsheet models. - Data query: It is a request for information with certain characteristics  from a database.


What are the three steps necessary to define the classes for a frequency distribution with quantitative data?



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- Data dashboards: Collections of tables, charts, maps, and summary  statistics that are updated as new data become available. If you want to learn more check out Delegate theory refers to what?

Predictive analytics: 

It consists of techniques that use models constructed from past data to predict the  future or ascertain the impact of one variable on another. Survey data and past  purchase behavior may be used to help predict the market share of a new product.

Sources of data: 

• Experimental study - A variable of interest is first identified. 

o Then one or more other variables are identified and controlled or  manipulated so

that data can be obtained about how they influence the variable of interest. o Nonexperimental study or observational study - Make no attempt to control  the


What is the difference of relative frequency and percent frequency distributions?



variables of interest. 

o A survey is perhaps the most common type of observational study. 

• Relative frequency and percent frequency distributions If you want to learn more check out What is the definition of gravity?

o Relative frequency distribution: It is a tabular summary of data  showing the

relative frequency for each bin. 

o Percent frequency distribution: Summarizes the percent frequency of  the data for If you want to learn more check out How do you calculate fixed costs when sales and profits are given?

each bin. 

-Used to provide estimates of the relative likelihoods of different values of a

random variable. 

• Frequency distributions for quantitative data 

o Three steps necessary to define the classes for a frequency distribution with quantitative data:

1. Determine the number of nonoverlapping bins. 

2. Determine the width of each bin. 

3. Determine the bin limits. 

Tables

Tables should be used when:

1. The reader needs to refer to specific numerical values.

2. The reader needs to make precise comparisons between different values  and not just We also discuss several other topics like What are the factors on which change of population depends?

relative comparisons.

3. The values being displayed have different units or very different  magnitudes.

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