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    Describe the basic data analysis iteration

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    Differentiate between various types of data pulls

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    Explore datasets to determine if data is appropriate for a project

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    Use statistical findings to create convincing data analysis presentations

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Data AnalysisCommunicationInterpretationExploratory Data Analysis

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Managing Data Analysis

Welcome to Managing Data Analysis! This course is one module, intended to be taken in one week. The course works best if you follow along with the material in the order it is presented. Each lecture consists of videos and reading materials that expand on the lecture. I'm excited to have you in the class and look forward to your contributions to the learning community. If you have questions about course content, please post them in the forums to get help from others in the course community. For technical problems with the Coursera platform, visit the Learner Help Center. Good luck as you get started, and I hope you enjoy the course!

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19 videos (Total 144 min), 17 readings, 7 quizzes
19 videos
Data Analysis Iteration8m
Stages of Data Analysis1m
Six Types of Questions6m
Characteristics of a Good Question6m
Exploratory Data Analysis Goals & Expectations11m
Using Statistical Models to Explore Your Data (Part 1)13m
Using Statistical Models to Explore Your Data (Part 2)5m
Exploratory Data Analysis: When to Stop6m
Making Inferences from Data: Introduction5m
Populations Come in Many Forms4m
Inference: What Can Go Wrong7m
General Framework8m
Associational Analyses10m
Prediction Analyses10m
Inference vs. Prediction12m
Interpreting Your Results10m
Routine Communication in Data Analysis6m
Making a Data Analysis Presentation5m
17 readings
Pre-Course Survey10m
Course Textbook: The Art of Data Science10m
Conversations on Data Science10m
Data Science as Art10m
Epicycles of Analysis10m
Six Types of Questions10m
Characteristics of a Good Question10m
EDA Check List10m
Assessing a Distribution10m
Assessing Linear Relationships10m
Exploratory Data Analysis: When Do We Stop?10m
Factors Affecting the Quality of Inference10m
A Note on Populations10m
Inference vs. Prediction10m
Interpreting Your Results10m
Routine Communication10m
Post-Course Survey10m
7 practice exercises
Data Analysis Iteration10m
Stating and Refining the Question16m
Exploratory Data Analysis10m
Inference10m
Formal Modeling, Inference vs. Prediction10m
Interpretation10m
Communication10m
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By ELMar 1st 2017

A long course compared to others in the specialization, but a lot of great material. Very well presented, the instructors know how to present this material and make it easy to grasp and understand.

By STNov 23rd 2016

The course is full of the cases and the real life examples coupled with the theory background. Its very simple to understand and the course will definitely be of an value for people looking for

Instructors

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Jeff Leek, PhD

Associate Professor, Biostatistics
Bloomberg School of Public Health
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Brian Caffo, PhD

Professor, Biostatistics
Bloomberg School of Public Health
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Roger D. Peng, PhD

Associate Professor, Biostatistics
Bloomberg School of Public Health

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