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May 2021

Planning successful analytics projects

May 20 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

It is a rarely acknowledged fact that an uncomfortably large proportion of predictive analytics initiatives fail to make any impact in the real world. In this webinar we will draw on the hard-won experiences of industry professionals to examine precisely what drives success or failure in predictive analytics. Using the CRISP-DM framework, the session will focus on the practical aspects of planning for successful outcomes including: Choosing useful project objectives Insight vs accuracy Establishing what a successful outcome actually means…

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Harnessing unstructured data with text mining in IBM SPSS Modeler

May 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Please join us for this free educational event on the use of unstructured data. Emails, social media, RSS feeds, documents and free text are all examples of the unstructured data organisations hold and the volume of such data is growing fast. Every day we create another 2.5 quintillion bytes of data and 80% of it is unstructured. Everyone has it, some companies are mastering it but most organisations are worried about it.  If big data is everywhere, then unstructured data represents…

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Evaluating and deploying predictive models

May 20 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This webinar will explore the question of how data analysts evaluate and choose predictive models as well as the various options for deploying them into the real world. Experienced data analysts are well aware that there is no single, universal criterion for assessing the accuracy of predictive models. This session will compare and contrast the various measures that can be employed to evaluate model performance and focus on the importance of establishing practical success criteria early in the project cycle.…

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September 2021

How to interpret significance tests

September 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

What do so called ‘significance tests’ signify? In this webinar Jarlath Quinn will unpack the reasoning and theory associated with p values, null hypotheses and the whole idea of using statistics to carry out ‘tests’. Subjects covered include: Calculating and interpreting confidence intervals correctly How does a Chi Square test actually work? How to interpret P values When is significant not significant? Book your free place now.

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Getting started with regression techniques in SPSS

September 29 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Register now for this free webinar You are invited to join us for this free educational event focusing on the application and value of regression techniques in the IBM SPSS Statistics products. The session will give you a straightforward overview of how simple regression techniques can help your business and how to get started with regression analysis in SPSS. In just 30 minutes you will learn how easy it is to perform simple but powerful regression analysis using IBM SPSS…

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October 2021

Predictive analytics in one hour – a no-nonsense guide

October 28 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

You are invited to join us for this free educational event focusing on the value of predictive and advanced analytics.  The session gets behind the hype to give you insight into what predictive analytics really is, how it could make a difference to your organisation and how you can get started. Organisations like yours generally have a lot of data, often of many different types and held in different places, so struggle to make effective use of it. As customer…

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Getting started with decision trees with SPSS Statistics

October 28 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

You are invited to join us for this free educational event focusing on the application and value of using decision trees. This 45 minute session will give you a straightforward overview of how decision trees work and how they can be applied to solve a range of business problems. Using decision trees you can: Accurately predict who is most likely to respond to your marketing campaigns by generating response propensity scores Uncover  critical relationships between descriptive, transactional and interaction data…

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Forecasting made easy with SPSS Statistics

October 28 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Forecasting with time series analysis has been used in both the public and commercial sectors for decades.  Example applications include: Forecasting passenger numbers at ferry and airport terminals Estimating inbound call volumes to contact centres Predicting the load on information networks based on shift patterns and external events Using weather data to estimate visitor numbers at key attractions In just one hour we will cover:- The principles of time series forecasting Visualising time series Defining periodicity Using exponential smoothing methods…

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November 2021

Getting started with SPSS Statistics

November 24 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

You are invited to join us for this free educational event in which you’ll learn about IBM SPSS Statistics – one of the most highly-regarded analytical software platforms. There’s a lot of talk about big data and predictive analytics at the moment, and IBM SPSS Statistics is at the forefront of this current wave of interest as one of the most powerful yet accessible analytics tools available. If you’ve been thinking about how your organisation could benefit from predictive analytics…

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Planning successful analytics projects

November 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

It is a rarely acknowledged fact that an uncomfortably large proportion of predictive analytics initiatives fail to make any impact in the real world. In this webinar we will draw on the hard-won experiences of industry professionals to examine precisely what drives success or failure in predictive analytics. Using the CRISP-DM framework, the session will focus on the practical aspects of planning for successful outcomes including: Choosing useful project objectives Insight vs accuracy Establishing what a successful outcome actually means…

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