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0800-300-ZZ-W
Course Number: 0800-300-ZZ-W
Course Name: Google™ Analytics for Businesses
# of class dates: 10
Description: This course is for any individuals intending to use Google™ Analytics to strengthen their marketing initiatives and increase the number of conversions or sales from their website. You will examine online marketing and web analytics, create and activate a Google Analytics account, manage website profiles and users, build funnels in Google Analytics, create filters and manage reports.
Google™ Analytics for Businesses
Course Number: 0800-300-ZZ-W
Course Name: Google™ Analytics for Businesses

# of class dates: 10

Description: This course is for any individuals intending to use Google™ Analytics to strengthen their marketing initiatives and increase the number of conversions or sales from their website. You will examine online marketing and web analytics, create and activate a Google Analytics account, manage website profiles and users, build funnels in Google Analytics, create filters and manage reports.
7 $399.00
2000-400-19-W
Course Number: 2000-400-19-W
Course Name: Solving Business Problems with Statistics
# of class dates: 5
Description: In this course, you will use Microsoft Excel to learn how to: � Understand which tool or technique to use in a given situation � Understand data gathering and input considerations � Understand how to set it up and run it in Excel � Understand how to interpret the results � Understand key pitfalls be aware of and avoid � Understand how to visualize and communicate the results in a fair, objective and unbiased manner They will leave the course able to use Excel to build statistical models that answer questions like: � What is the relationship between a variable and an outcome? � If I adjust X, what will be the impact on Y?� Are there natural limits I should be aware of? � What is coming next?� Are we going up or down and by how much? � Why are we going up or down?� How impactful is each variable?� (in other words, what should I focus on first?) � Are there any unusual outliers?� What caused those?� Do I need to do something about this? � How likely is any given idea or decision or campaign to be successful? (i.e. logistic regression) � Did any given change or decision make a material�business�impact?
Solving Business Problems with Statistics
Course Number: 2000-400-19-W
Course Name: Solving Business Problems with Statistics

# of class dates: 5

Description: In this course, you will use Microsoft Excel to learn how to: � Understand which tool or technique to use in a given situation � Understand data gathering and input considerations � Understand how to set it up and run it in Excel � Understand how to interpret the results � Understand key pitfalls be aware of and avoid � Understand how to visualize and communicate the results in a fair, objective and unbiased manner They will leave the course able to use Excel to build statistical models that answer questions like: � What is the relationship between a variable and an outcome? � If I adjust X, what will be the impact on Y?� Are there natural limits I should be aware of? � What is coming next?� Are we going up or down and by how much? � Why are we going up or down?� How impactful is each variable?� (in other words, what should I focus on first?) � Are there any unusual outliers?� What caused those?� Do I need to do something about this? � How likely is any given idea or decision or campaign to be successful? (i.e. logistic regression) � Did any given change or decision make a material�business�impact?
21 $2250.00