Show me the figures! Statistical Modelling using R

Speaker:  Ebin Deni Raj – Pala, Kottayam, India
Topic(s):  Information Systems, Search, Information Retrieval, Database Systems, Data Mining, Data Science


Statistical data is a kind of summary of data. The summary can be a way to encapsulate patterns in data.
Some of these models are part of what’s called “machine learning”. The summary can be a way to translate from existing observations into conclusions.Statistical models can be used for classifying events, untangling multiple influences(if you have lot of variables affecting a particular process). “Modeling” is a process of asking questions. “Statistical” refers in part to data – the statistical models you will construct will be rooted in data. But it refers also to a distinctively modern idea: that you can measure what you don’t know and that doing so contributes to your understanding. The word “modeling” highlights that your goals, your beliefs, and your current state of knowledge all influence your analysis of data. This lecture will give you a thorough understanding of Statistical Modelling in R

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  35
Duration:  60 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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