DATA ANALYTICS - SCIENCE

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1. Basics of Statistics
2. Distributions
·               Binomial distribution
·              Poisson distribution
·             T- distribution
3. Regression Models
·               Linear regression
·              Logistic regression

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Statistics

1. Statistics:
a. Is a way to get information from data.
b. Statistics occurs only when there is Variance or Variability

2. Descriptive Statistics : There is no inference or predictions

3. Inferential Statistics : have attached numerical values

4. Population sample is denoted by Greek Alphabets Ïƒ

5. Sample Population is denoted by English Alphabets s

6. Measure of Central Tendency:
a. mean
b. median
c. mode

7. Median: The one value of X, when data is arranged in array. The mid-point which  divides the population into two equal halves.
a. Weighted Mean

8. Skewed Distribution
a. Right skewed
b. Left skewed

9.Kurtois: Degree to which a distribution is peaked.

10. Central Limit Theorem will convert any Non-Normal distribution into Normal distribution.

11. Quartile
There are 3 Quartile’s present
Q1
Q2
Q3
Inter Quartile Range = Q3- Q1

12. Coefficient of Variance = Sigma / Mu

13. Sum of Squared Deviations =  (X-Xbar)²,

14. Statistical Methods
a. Linear regression
b. Logistic regression

15. Linear regression Y = mX + C

16. Types of Variables
·       Qualitative
·       Quantitative
o    Discrete
o   Continuous
17. Binomial means : Two outcomes – 1 0r 0 ; True or False.

18. Permutations and combinations
·       Permutations means arrangement
·       How many ways you can arrange “r” from “n” objects.

19. Probability
·       For decision making there is no probability, here it is whether YES or NO.
·       Only when there is likelihood of Outcome probability occurs.

20. (A and B)  = Joint occurrence. Event A must occur and event B must occur
·       (A or B) = Any event can occur or both event can occur

21. Addition Theorem : P(A+B) = P(A) +P(B) - P(A-B)

22. Multiplication Theorem: P(AB)= P(A) * P(B/A)
·       P(B/A) = Probability B given A.
·       Given P(A) has happened.

23. Probability
·       Classical approach: When the outcomes are known and equally distributed.
o   Example Throw of Dices.
·       Frequency approach: Using Survey and Experiment
o   To know the mileage of  cars.
·       Subjective approach:
o   Like Man landing on moon: - before probability was zero.

24. Probability Tree

25. Bayes’ Theorem:
Changing the  probability value of the event Leads to Bayes’ theorem.

26. Binomial Distribution
x-axis is Variable
y-axis is Probability

Parameters of Binomial are “n” & “p”.

27. Normal distribution
·       Bell Curve
·       Mean = Medium = Mode at Peak
·       Asymptotic -  the curve doesn’t touches the x-axis on both the ends
·       Symmetric
·       Sum under the Curve is 1.
·       Std. Normal Curve :- z=(x-Mu)/sigma
28. Central Limit Theorem:
·       When you  plot the X-bar Mean of Sampling it is always a normal distribution.
·       Recommended to take 30 samples to make a data set  into normal distribution

29. Hypothesis
·       Hypothesis means assumptions
·       H0  (equal to )Mu0
·       H1  (not equal to) Mu1
·       When evidence is  strong you reject H0

·       When evidence is weak you are unable to reject H0

2-Tail test of Hypothesis

30.  Type 1 Error and Type 2 Error.
Type 1 error = Alpha error
Type 2 error = beta error

 Guilty Not Guilty Guilty yes x Type 2 error Not Guilty x yes Type 1 error

Type 1 error has to be minimised
Type 1 error alpha = 0.05% allowed in model

31.  Table Distributions
Z -  table distribution = large populations

T - Table distribution = unknown populations

32. ANOVA = ANalysis Of  VAriance

Two Ways ANOVA :-
Example:
Type of car Brands : brand 1, brand 2, brand 3, brand 4.
Here the these are called as LEVELS = 4

The parameters against which these are compared = Battery, Mileage
Here these two are called as FACTORS = 2.

Now There are 2 factors and 4 levels.  Since there are 2 factors it is called by  TWO Way ANOVA.

33.  F- Distribution
SSB         = Sum of square b/w columns
SSW        = Sum of squares within columns
MSB        = Mean square b/w columns
MSW         = Mean square within columns
dF            = degree of freedom

MSB = SSB/ dF
MSW = SSW/dF

(F – distribution) F = MSB/MSW

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Regression

34. Simple linear regression
Linear means a straight line
Y = m X + c
m = slope
Y = Dependent

c = intercept

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