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Analysis From the Start to The End


 Analysis From the Start to The En

 The Dark Forest and Death's End each deal with incredible jumps in time as characters enter hibernation, and as society makes its own leaps 

What you'll learn

  •     Research map & the relevance to analysis
  •     Threats to conclusion validity
  •     Fundamentals of statistical powers
  •     Improvement of conclusion validity
  •     Map of analysis Framework
  •     Data preparation: logging, accuracy control, structure, and transformation
  •     LAB-01: Data Preparation; all the steps you need to prepare your data from research perspective
  •     Fundamentals of EDA
  •     Mass, and Density distributions
  •     Central tendency: mean, median, mode, and proportion
  •     Dispersion: rang, interquartile, variance, and standard deviation
  •     Univariate, Bivariate, and Multivariate analysis- process
  •     LAB-02: analysis using univariate, bivariate and multivariate techniques
  •     Inferential Analysis: estimating parameters, and hypothesis testing
  •     Statistical tests: t-test, Chi square, Pearson's, F-test, ANOVA, MANOVA, and many more
  •     Intro to open-source statistical software Jamovi
  •     LAB-03: implementation of all the outlines using Jamovi on synthetical datasets
  •     LAB-04: implementation of all the outlines using Jamovi on real dataset


The Content

This is the second element of the Big Bang of Data Science, that is [Analysis from the Start to The End].I don’t want to stick to that abstract and direct definition from the academic book, on the meaning of analysis, but from the industrial one. So, I believe ANALYSIS is the co-concertmaster that sits in the second chair of the highest leadership position among all the other parts that are responsible for the outcome of a product.

Analysis is an art that has the characteristics of being a two-edged sword. In other words, if your understanding of analysis is based on subjective, rigid ground then your answers; solutions; products are for sure questioned. However, if your analysis is based on objective, scientific grounds then your answers; solutions; products are for sure worthy of consuming. If you search any search engine the word of analysis, you should not be surprised with the astronomical number of results on your search. The problem with many of the materials which discuss the subject of analysis is that two perspectives are there:

  1. the first, the perspective of analysis as a bunch of graphs and tables,

  2. and the second, the perspective of analysis is a bunch of tests and tools that applies them.

Well, one can argue there is nothing wrong with that, but the problem arises when one fails to understand the raw materials that are needed to present those tables and figures, in addition, the fundamentals of those tools and tests that produce them. To this end, this book aims to address this mis conceptual understanding about analysis; basically, the book materials are constructed in such way that one can:

  1. firstly, understand the important of data that come from solid research,

  2. secondly, to understand the fundamentals of analysis from philosophical and scientifical perspective,

  3. thirdly, complete grasp on the meaning of hypothesis, as forming, articulating, etc.,

  4. and finally, the comprehensive knowledge on the tests and tools are there to help you implement your analysis.

To this end, the second book is carefully crafted to meet all the requirements to build your product on the right foundation of analysis. Here is a quick view of the content of the book.


  • [✓] Research map




  • [✓] ANALYSIS

Data Preparation






  • [✓] LAB-01- Three parts- on data preparation

Descriptive Statistics

  • [✓] Introduction to EDA

  • [✓] Distribution

  • [✓] Central Tendency

  • [✓] Dispersion

  • [✓] Bivariate descriptive

  • [✓] Multivariate descriptive

  • [✓] LAB-02- analysis on univariate, bivariate, and multivariate

Inferential Statistics

  • [✓] Introduction

  • [✓] Estimating Parameters

  • [✓] Hypothesis Testing

Statistical Software

  • [✓] Introduction

  • [✓] Statistical Software

  • [✓] Intro- Implementation by JAMOVI

  • [✓] LAB-03- analysis on two datasets using JAMOVI

LAB-Section –04- Analysis on real dataset using Jamovi

  • [✓] Review

  • [✓] EDA analysis

  • [✓] Inferential Analysis

  • [✓] LAB-04- implementation on the dataset from the first book

Who is this book for?

This book is for anyone, regardless of the educational background, with the interest in building, creating and producing a professional product that has a vision of the future. You don’t have to have specific skill in any way, but extreme enthusiasm to learn how to make the right decision. So, it is meant for an audience of: (1) students, under or postgraduate. (2) scholars, (3) researchers, (4) scientists, (5) executives, (6) managers, (7) professionals, (8) or laypersons.


The trainer strongly advice on learning the materials from the first book Research from the Start to the End; that can absolutely help you to perform way better in this book.

Competitive advantages!

  1. as outlined above in the introduction, this book is the second book from The Big Bang of Data Science that means it’s an element among other elements of a project. This implies that the outlines and the contents are not ONLY discussed from an analysis perspective, but also from a wider perspective of the entire project. This offers you an opportunity to excel in the subject of analysis from a wider range of disciplines.

  2. As I have outlined above in the introduction, so many materials discuss the subject of analysis, however, many of which fail to focus on the subject of orientation. If your analysis is subjective oriented, i.e., your analysis is controlled by external factors such as your background, education, environment, culture and many more, then your final solution is questionable. However, if your analysis is objective oriented, i.e., your analysis is based on methodical, and scientific facts, then your final product is worthy of consuming. This material is constructed based on the latter, that is objective oriented approach.

  3. The slogan of the Big Bang of Data Science is From academia to industry, this material is obligated to that. You will have two types of labs: the first is using synthetical type of data to implement the abstracts and theories you learn, and the second uses a real dataset that we have built from the first book Research from the Start to the End. As a result, you will master the idea from abstract to applied.

  4. Lastly, all the types of tests we are going to learn about will be executed using an open-source statistical tool, that is Jamovi. This tool offers several statistical tests that one needs to do research analysis. Notably, unlike other material that presents analysis within the framework of jamovi, this material coaches you how to understand the selection of the right test, first, then you can use this tool or any other tool of your choice to execute the test. So, this perceptive gives you confidence in relying on many other tools of your choice if you understand each test independently.

Who this course is for:

  • students- post/undergraduate; scholars, scientists, executives, managers, professionals, and layperson