My name is Ivan Kitov. I am the COO of 365 Data Science and a CFA charterholder with over 12 years of experience in the financial sector. In 2019, my passion for teaching and sharing my knowledge with aspiring professionals motivated me to release my first online course on corporate finance. Seeing how data science and machine learning were rapidly transforming the finance industry, I later focused my efforts on creating another course – one that would allow people without any coding experience, like me, apply the most effective machine learning techniques in their job, regardless of the industry they’re in.
And today, I’m happy to announce that my new addition to the 365 Data Science Program – the Machine Learning in Excel course – is live!
In this brief post, I’ll outline why Machine Learning in Excel is a topic worth exploring and what valuable skills this course will help you develop.
The 365 Data Science Machine Learning in Excel Course
Why Machine Learning in Excel?
Few people in an organization can read a Jupyter Notebook, but literally everyone is familiar with Excel. It provides direct, visual insight that allows even a beginner to understand the most common machine learning methods, and it is naturally suited to data preparation. Moreover, the simplicity of Excel lowers barriers to entry and allows you to undertake your own data analysis right away. Even if you are not a computer science graduate who can code in Python, the Machine Learning in Excel course will teach you how to perform machine learning and advanced statistical analysis on your own.
Who Is This Course for?
if you don’t know how to code, but you want to learn data science, statistical analysis, and machine learning, and you aspire to become a data analyst or data scientist, this is a great place to start.
What Will You Learn in This Course?
Under my guidance, you will learn:
- Fundamental statistical concepts
- How to use Excel for Advanced statistical analysis
- Linear regression
- Logistic regression
- K-means clustering
- How to employ ML techniques on your own without coding
- The intuition behind advanced statistics
- Multiple linear regression
- Cluster analysis
- Decision trees
Ready to Start Machine Learning in Excel?
Visit the Machine Learning in Excel course page to find more details about its curriculum or sign up below to try it out for free.