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IT 260 - Analytic and Statistical Methodologies in Business Modeling for Managers


Semester Hours: 3
Once a Year
The R-Programming language is a versatile language and interface for statistical applications and business analytics. This course will provide hands-on training for learning how to analyze data in the R statistical software package. Topics covered include: Arrays in R (vectors and matrices) sub-setting, importing and exporting files, graphical tools of R, user defined functions, exploratory data analysis, visualization of high dimensional data, decision trees for classification problems, market basket analysis, text analysis using R, and other related use of R in business areas. Case studies illustrating these concepts will be applied across a spectrum of business application areas including accounting, finance, international business, management and marketing.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
IT 203 .





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