Very clear and articulate explanation of the concepts. He doesn't skip a step in the sequencing ideas, drawing comparisons and differences, and illustrating both visually and story-telling. Excellent.
Very nice course for beginner, the mathematic level is not high (around french baccalaureat) so available to everyone. I enjoyed a lot this course that show how simple math can be used in real life.
By Wellington C•
The lecturer was very clear and concise in explaining concepts, and the examples and illustrations used were very suitable. I enjoyed the course.
By Xiaomeng H•
Very clear explanation of the concepts and provides practical examples. The course is easy to follow. But the Quiz is a little bit too easy...
By Ben K•
Very well done. Easy to follow and covered a good amount of material. Would have preferred a little more of the math behind some of the models.
By Nicholas M d A M S•
É bastante didático, mas senti a falta de alguns detalhes tais como o passo a passo de como é realizado o cálculo em um software, por exemplo.
By Georgios T•
A great course that provides all the key introductory elements that are needed in order to acquire basic quantitative skills and perspective.
By Sinan K•
unnecessarily complicated use of phrases. Very easy, uses Highschool math to get youself fresh again in the related topics. Would recommend.
By Aanavi S•
The interface is not that great. Leaving a video at a particular time must continue from that exact point to make it easier for the learner.
By Andres O•
I like the pace of this course . Thank you Prof Waterman for taking complex concepts and presenting them in a easy to understand format.
By Jason M•
This course gives us very fundamental idea of quantitative modeling but advanced modeling and/or tools. It's good for entre level students.
By Rishabh G•
It would have been easier to solve practical quiz questions if the module included some information on how to actually solve the problems.
By Reid R•
I really enjoy this class, however, when I pass the quiz, I'd like to know what the correct answers were on the questions that I missed.
By Ankit P•
It's a basic entry level course that briefs about important functions and distributions and methodologies used in quantitative modeling.
By Malgorzata U•
Material interesting, outlined and structured in good flow. Still need to investigate topic and deep dive to be able to use seamlessly.
By Prateek S•
Amazing Course. One suggestions: Quizzes can be more frequent in order to ins-till practise and improve retention amongst the students
By Kyle A•
I think it would have been helpful to have more practice in relation to more of the questions that called for solving in the quizzes.
By Linda J•
Good info, but I wish it incorporated some work in excel to solidify the practice of these models, which is all done in spreadsheets.
By B G•
More practice and questions would be helpful in solidifying these concepts, especially regarding markov chains and probability trees.
By Wentong L•
It's a nice course but sometimes is basic and unclear. Hope the lecturer could explain more about why and how to calculate the models
By Daniela C•
Great course. Some more emphasis on the actual math behind it and how to build the models would have made it better, more applicable.
By Nikhil G•
Really nice course. Professor explains everything so well. This course was a nice recap of high school and college math and stats.
By Giovanny O S•
The course is easy to follow and gives many insights about how the models can be made but especially the way they can be analyzed
By abbas s•
It was really helpful to learn the basic of quantitative Modeling Never thought that we can use so much of it in really practice
By Eduardo R S E•
A few concepts where not completely clear but as fundamentals the course gave me the ideal mind set to continue my certification.
By Silvio J R G•
A really good introduction to Quantitative Models. I will personally recommend it for beginners since it wraps up main concepts.
By Dan M•
Very very informative course, only problem is, the content is kind of dry so it requires a little more dedication than average.