Applied Statistics - Exploratory Data Analysis

Originally delivered Jan 10, 2018
Source: AIChE
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    1 hour
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Using statistics without understanding the data?  Learn why and how to do exploratory data analysis first.

In 60 minutes, you’ll learn how to understand the one-dimensional data by doing exploratory data analysis before you conduct statistical calculations. You’ll review a toolbox of techniques for data visualization and analysis that are described in the NIST/Semitech Engineering Statistics handbook and find out how to access and learn additional techniques.

This webinar includes techniques to usefully visualize data in different situations. Plus, you’ll learn how to analyze the visualized data to assess the validity of statistical calculations. Gain experience doing exploratory data analysis on one- dimensional data and leave with a new appreciation of your analytical mind and how it is a resource more powerful than any statistics.

Take a look at your agenda:

  • A toolbox of exploratory data analysis techniques
  • Visualizing data in typical situations
  • Analyzing visualized data  
  • The power of your analytical mind 

Keith Friedman

Keith Friedman is a chemical engineer with over thirty years of experience in industry and academia, including development of glucose sensors for diabetics, development and manufacturing of analytical instruments, and water chemistry control for nuclear power. 

Keith teaches courses in applied statistics, engineering measurements lab, and process and projects lab....Read more

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