### Duration& Mode of Training: 3 months, Online & Offline.

Data Science is the study of the generalize extraction of knowledge from data. Being a data Scientist requires an integrated skill set spanning mathematics, statistics, machine learning, databases and programming languages along with a good understanding of the craft of problem formulation to engineer effective solutions.

This course will introduce students to this rapidly growing field and equip them with some of its basic principles and tools as well as its general mindset. Students will learn concepts, techniques and tools they need to deal with various facets of data science practice, including data collection and integration, exploratory data analysis, predictive modeling, descriptive modeling, data-product creation, evaluation, and effective communication.

The focus in the treatment of these topics will be a balanced approach on breadth and depth, and emphasis will be placed on integration and synthesis of concepts and their application to real time problems. To make the learning contextual, real data sets from a variety of disciplines will be used.

### Program Highlights

• Most Comprehensive Curriculum
• Trained by passionate and Industry experts
• Each concept will be explained by golden rule
• Theory – Example – Software Implementation (R/Python) – Real-Time applicability
• Designed for the Industry
• Live Project
• Placement Assistance

## Course Content

### INTRODUCTION

#### Introduction to Data Science – the 3 W’s

• What is Data Science?
• Why now?
• Where Data Science is applicable?

### Summarizing Data

▪ Central Tendency measures – Mean, Median and Mode
▪ Measures of Variability – Range, Inter quartile Range, Standard Deviation and variance
▪ Measures of Shape – Skew ness and Kurtosis
▪ Co-variance, Correlation

▪ Histograms
▪ Pie charts
▪ Bar Graphs
▪ Box Plot

### Probability basics (Parametric and Non parametric Statistical Tests)

▪ ‘f’ Test
▪ ‘z’ Test
▪ ‘t’ Test
▪ Chi-Square test

### Probability Distributions

• Expected value and variance
• Discrete and Continuous
• Bernoulli Distribution
• Binomial Distribution
• Poisson Distribution
• Normal Distribution
• Exponential Distribution
• Empirical Rule Chebyshev’s Theorem

### Sampling methods and Central Limit Theorem

• Overview
• Random sampling
• Stratified sampling
• Cluster sampling
• Central Limit Theorem

### Hypothesis Testing

• Type I error
• Type II error
• Null and Alternate Hypothesis
• Reject or Acceptance criterion
• P-value

• ANOVA
• Assumptions
• One way
• Two way

### Introduction to Machine Learning

• What is Machine Learning?
• Statistics (vs) Machine Learning
• Types of Machine Learning
• Supervised Learning
• Un-Supervised Learning
• Reinforcement Learning

### SUPERVISED MACHINE LEARNING

#### Classification

• Nearest Neighbor Methods (knn)
• Logistic

Tree based Models – Decision Tree

• Basics
• Classification Trees
• Regression Trees

Probabilistic methods

• Bayes Rule
• Naïve Bayes

Regression Analysis

• Simple Linear Regression
• Assumptions
• Model development and interpretation
• Sum of Least Squares
• Model validation
• Multiple Linear Regression

Regression Shrinkage Methods

• Lasso
• Ridge

#### Advanced Models – Black Box

• Support Vector Machine
• Neural Networks

#### Ensemble Models

• Bagging
• Boosting
• Random Forests

#### Optimization

• Gradient Descent (Batch and Stochastic)

#### Recommendation Systems

• Collaborative filtering
– User based filtering
– Item based filtering

### UNSUPERVISED MACHINE LEARNING

• Apriori

#### Cluster Analysis

• Hierarchical clustering
• K-Means clustering

#### Dimensionality Reduction

• Principal Component Analysis
• Discriminant Analysis (LDA/GDA)

### MODEL VALIDATION

• Confusion Matrix
• ROC Curve (AUC)
• Gain and Lift Chart
• Kolmogorov-Smirnov Chart
• Root Mean Square Error (RMSE)
• Cross Validation
▪ Leave one out cross validation (LOOCV)
▪ K-fold cross validation

### NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

• Introduction to Natural Language Processing
• Sentiment Analysis
• Text Similarity
• R Programming Language

#### Introduction

• R Overview
• Installation of R and RStudio software
• Important R Packages
• Datatypes in R – Vectors, Lists, Matrices, Arrays, Data Frames

#### Decision making & Loops

• If-else, while,for
• Next, break.try-catch

#### Functions

• Writing function
• Nested functions

#### Built-in functions

• Vapply, Sapply, Tapply, Lapplyetc.

#### Data Preparation/Manipulation

• Summarize and structure of data
• Exploring different datasets in R
• Sub Setting Data Frames
• String manipulation in Data Frames
• Handling Missing Values, Changing Data types, Data Binning Techniques, Dummy Variables

### Data Visualization using ggplot2

• Basic charts – Histograms, Bar plots, Line graphs, Scatter plots etc.

### Introduction

• How is Python different from R
• Installing Anaconda- Python
• Setting up with spyder

• For
• While
• If else

• Lambda
• apply

### NumpyPandas

• Introduction to Dataframes
Conversion of written R codes into python