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NVivo - Qualitative Data Analysis Computer Software

Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned professional, our training services can help you improve your analytic skills. In our public and onsite training sessions, our trainers review the basic theory behind each course, and then show you step by step how to choose the right method and apply the product to execute the analysis. And because our course materials are packed with real world examples, you can easily transfer the skills you learn in class to your student or to the projects you encounter on the job.

Course Description:

This hands on workshop is an introduction to NVivo 11 and at the end of the day, trainee should have enough knowledge to get up and running with their project. Using the sample data, this workshop covers how to create a project and represent and work with different data sources including documents, audio, videos and pictures also the social media data. This workshop also covers asking questions of your data using the ‘find’ and ‘query’ tools, visualizing your data through models and charts; and linking. Time is allocated to discuss efficient node hierarchies and structures and you will also get a chance to practice what you’ve learnt in your own project. The whole training is allocated for one day to practice on your own data or the sample data.

Topics cover:

  • Introduction to Qualitative Analysis
  • Creating and navigating around your project
  • Bring in the sources (Internal)
  • Bring in the social media data
  • Editing Video and Audio
  • Importing transcript
  • Bring in External sources
  • Memos and annotation
  • Creating node and coding
  • Source Classification
  • Node Classification
  • Explore further on node
  • Map
  • Adding shapes and connector
  • Printing and exporting model
  • Plotting a chart
  • Printing and exporting charts
  • Reporting
  • Queries

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BA II Plus - Designed for business professionals and students

The TI BA II Plus is a financial calculator that will serve you well in all finance courses. This course will demonstrate how to use the financial functions to handle time value of money problems and make financial math easy.

Course Prerequisites

Attendees should be familiar with financial, accounting, statistics variables

Course Outline:

  • Overview of calculator operations
  • Time-Value-of-Money and Amortization Worksheets
    • TVM and amortization variables
    • Entering cash inflows and outflows
    • Generating an amortization schedule
  • Cash Flow Worksheet
    • Cash flow variables
    • Uneven and grouped cash flows
    • Entering, deleting, inserting and computing cash flows
  •  Bond Worksheet
    • Bond variables and terminology
    • Entering data and computing results
  •  Depreciation Worksheet
    • Depreciation variables
    • Entering data and computing results
  •  Statistics Worksheet
    • Statistics variables
    • Regression model
    • Entering and computing statistical results
  •  Others
    • Percent change/ compound interest worksheet
    • Interest conversion worksheet
    • Data worksheet
    • Profit margin worksheet
    • Breakeven worksheet
    • Memory worksheet

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 ArcGIS - The Mapping & Analytics Platform

This course introduces GIS concepts and ArcGIS tools used to visualize real-world features, discover patterns, and communicate information. Using ArcMap and ArcGIS Online, you will work with GIS maps, explore data, and analyze maps and data as you learn fundamental concepts that underlie GIS technology.

Learn how to:

  • What is the ArcGIS platform?
  • What is GIS?
  • What makes data geographic?
  • Mapping real-world feature locations using coordinate systems
  • Finding GIS maps and data
  • Introduction to ArcGIS Online
  • Exploring a GIS map
  • GIS analysis
  • Sharing GIS maps and results

After this, you will be able to:

  • Quickly create and share a GIS map using ArcGIS.
  • Find and organize geographic data and other GIS resources for a simple mapping project.
  • Accurately display features on a GIS map and access information about them.
  • Analyze a GIS map to identify where features that meet specific criteria are located.
  • Share GIS maps and analysis results so they can be viewed on desktop applications, websites, and mobile device

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EViews - Innovative Solutions for econometric analysis, forecasting & simulation

In this course we focus on statistical methods for modeling in econometrics using EViews. We present the simultaneous equation model that deals with several variables and interactions in parallel. We present the econometric analysis process such as handling data sources, manipulation of data, graphing analysis as well as equation models. We will walk through the most used features in EViews. Finally we introduce various econometrics models for the analysis of financial markets.

Course Objectives

Upon completing the EViews course participants will know how to:

  • Import and Export Data from a variety of sources
  • Organize and manage their EViews session
  • Data manipulation in EViews
  • Statistical Graphing Analysis
  • Do the estimation and simulation of economic models such as Regression

Course Outline

  • E-Views Workfile Basics
    • Creating a workfile
    • Workfile Windows
    • Frequency Conversion
  • E-Views Handling Data – Objects Basics
    • Importing / Exporting Data
    • Sampling Data
    • Data Operations
    • Transforming Data
    • Examining Data
  • E-Views Graphing Analysis
    • Statistical Graphing
  • Estimating - Regression Models
    • Specifying Equation
    • Equation Modifying
    • Forecasting

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IBM SPSS Statistics - Enterprise Statistics Tools

Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned professional, our training services can help you improve your analytic skills. In our public and onsite training sessions, our trainers review the basic theory behind each course, and then show you step by step how to choose the right method and apply the product to execute the analysis. And because our course materials are packed with real world examples, you can easily transfer the skills you learn in class to your student or to the projects you encounter on the job.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to SPSS Statistics
    • Sample files
    • Opening a Data File
    • Running an Analysis
    • Viewing Results
    • Creating Charts
  • Reading Data
    • Basic Structure of IBMSPSS Statistics Data Files
    • Reading IBM SPSS Statistics Data Files
    • Reading Data from Spreadsheets
    • Reading Data from a Database
    • Reading Data from a Text File
  • Using the Data Editor
    • Entering Numeric Data
    • Entering String Data
    • Defining Data
    • Adding Variable Labels
    • Changing Variable Type and Format
    • Adding Value Labels for Numeric Variables
    • Adding Value Labels for String Variables
    • Using Value Labels for Data Entry
    • Handling Missing Data
    • Missing Values for a Numeric Variable
    • Missing Values for a String Variable
    • Copying and Pasting Variable Attributes
    • Defining Variable Properties for Categorical Variables
  • Working with Multiple Data Sources
    • Basic Handling of Multiple Data Sources
    • Working with Multiple Datasets in Command Syntax
    • Copying and Pasting Information between Datasets
    • Renaming Datasets
  • Examining Summary Statistics for Individual Variables
    • Level of Measurement
    • Summary Measures for Categorical Data
    • Charts for Categorical Data
    • Summary Measures for Scale Variables
    • Histograms for Scale Variables
  • Creating and editing charts
    • Chart creation basics
    • Defining variables and statistics
    • Adding text
    • Creating the chart
    • Chart editing basics
    • Selecting chart elements
    • Changing bar colors
    • Formatting numbers in tick labels
    • Editing text
    • Displaying data value labels
    • Using templates
  • Working with Output
    • Using the Viewer
    • Pivoting Tables
    • Editing Tables
    • Hiding Rows and Columns
    • Changing Data Display Formats
    • Table Looks
    • Using Predefined Formats
    • Changing the Default Table Formats
    • Displaying Variable and Value Labels
    • Pasting Results as Word Tables
    • Pasting Results as Text
    • Exporting Results to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel Files
    • Exporting Results to PDF
    • Exporting Results to HTML

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