- Business and analytics problem framing
- Collecting requirements
- Reformulating problem statements
- Metrics of success
- Working effectively with data
- Acquiring, cleaning, and sharing data
- Documenting and reporting findings
- Descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analysis
Skill Level Beginner
- The demand for data analytics professionals is growing rapidly. How can you keep up? How can you get in on this action? As you may already know, analytics is a rapidly growing field and there are several jobs and opportunities that have become recently available. But undoubtedly, employers will want to see that you know what you're doing. How can you prove it? Well one of the options is through certifications. The Certified Analytics Professional or CAP Program is the first vendor neutral certification program in the data analytics field. Because the program is new, there aren't too many publications available for guiding candidates through the exam preparation process. Hi, I'm Jungwoo. This course is in response to this increasing need and I'm happy to give you an overview of the CAP Exam and my advice along the way. This is part one of a two part course and I will cover only half the components of the exam in this one. We'll cover the expected skills from analytics professionals such as business and analytics problem framing, data handling, and methodology selection. Then we'll wrap up this course by going through a case study applying your knowledge to a real life problem. The goal here is for you to get acclimated to the CAP Exam and to lay a strong foundation for your preparation. Let's take our first step.
1. Certified Analytics Professional (CAP)
2. Domain One: Business Problem Framing
3. Domain Two: Analytics Problem Framing
4. Domain Three: Data
5. Domain Four: Methodology
6. Case Studies
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