Craig School of Business to offer two data analytics workshops October 28 and November 4 This will help professionals in any industry learn how to make more effective data-driven decisions.The seminar will be 8.30am to 1pm In these two days, on Zoom and in person Peters BuildingRoom 133. The public and Fresno State University students, alumni, faculty and staff are encouraged to participate.
Part 1, “Introductory Tools and Techniques” (October 28) is designed for beginners and will introduce tools and applications for creating visualizations and data dashboards, while building practical solutions to common business problems.
Part 2, “Advanced Tools and Techniques” (November 4), designed for intermediate and advanced users, will include advanced data manipulation techniques, implementation of statistical procedures, and predictive and prescriptive analytics for business solutions.
Both seminars will teach data analysis concepts useful in many industries, including agriculture, food processing, manufacturing, real estate, banking, education, healthcare, transportation, government, and more.
Seminar lecturer, Ph.D. Yertai Tanai is an assistant professor in the Department of Information Systems and Decision Sciences. Tanai has extensive expertise in analytical and empirical modeling, optimization, simulation, data mining and forecasting.
Part 1 is priced at $125 and Part 2 is priced at $150. The total price for both workshops is $250. Fresno State University students, alumni, faculty and staff receive a $25 discount.Seats are limited, participants must Pre-registration.