What you'll learn
You will have good knowledge about the predictive modeling in python, linear regression, logistic regression
Learn about Import Libraries, Decision Tree Classifiers, Logistic Regression, Load libraries, bar plot
Solid foundation in statistics is much appreciated. It takes a good amount of understanding to interpret those numbers to understand whether the numbers are adding up or not.
Along with the above-mentioned knowledge, one must know to code in Python.
Even if someone is not well equipped with the above-mentioned skill, it should not act as a hindrance as everything is possible with an honest effort and strong will.
Here you will learn about Import Libraries, Decision Tree Classifiers, Logistic Regression, Load libraries, bar plot, modeling, training set, etc. Our course ensures that you will be able to think with a predictive mindset and understand well the basics of the techniques used in prediction. Critical thinking is very important to validate models and interpret the results. Hence, our course material emphasizes on hardwiring this similar kind of thinking ability.
You will have good knowledge about predictive modeling in python, linear regression, logistic regression, the fitting model with a sci-kit learn library, the fitting model with stat model library, ROC curves, backward elimination approach, stats model package, etc. Predictive Modeling and Logistic Regression is the use of data and statistics to predict the outcome of the data models. This prediction finds its utility in almost all areas from sports, to TV ratings, corporate earnings, and technological advances. Predictive modeling is also called predictive analytics. With the help of predictive analytics, we can connect data to effective action about the current conditions and future events. Also, we can enable the business to exploit patterns and which are found in historical data to identify potential risks and opportunities before they occur. Python is used for predictive modeling because Python-based frameworks give us results faster and also help in the planning of the next steps based on the results.
Who this course is for:
Data Analyst, Data Scientist, Business Analyst, Market Research Analyst, Quality Engineer, Solution Architect, Programmer Analyst, Statistical Analyst, Statistician
Students who are pursuing a course in statistics, or computer science graduates it is a very good opportunity to direct your career in that direction. As this is a much demand skill every IT professional is looking for a good switch and entering the domain of predictive analysis.