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By vikas  |  SAS Programming  |  On 5/11/2018 9:16:16 PM

When undergoing a SAS course in Pune, it is easy to be confounded by a range of terminologies. However you need not worry; a good training institute will be able to solve all your difficulties and provide easy to grasp knowledge about each terminology used in your data science training.

As a data scientist you need to know the purpose behind the existence of your job description. This is the only why you would be able to better perform at the job when you know why you are doing what you are doing. The basic purpose of data science is to enable companies uncover previously hidden insights. This newly discovered insight will not only lend them the competitive edge but also give them ideas on how to serve customers better, be efficient at the work, and thus grow the business to a new direction of success. Now that you know your position in the success graph of the company you will work in, here are some terms you would be sure to hear in your SAS course in Pune and in your corporate workplace

1 – Poisson distribution

This system computes the number of events that may take place in a continuous data interval. One of the variables used in this equation is lambda (i.e. the average number of events that take place in an interval)

2 – Probability Density Function

When computing the difference between average and standard deviation, students of SAS course in Pune would see an interesting area beneath the curve on a curve bell graph. PDF describes the densities of the probabilities that occur underneath discrete points

3 – K nearest neighbour algorithm

It looks for groups closest to each other in a distribution. It then classifies all nearby into a single bucket. This is a suitable approach for rudimentary market segmentation and feature clustering.

4 – Discrete variables

Discrete variables are those that are of a limited set. So if the average number of visitors is 3.57565 this might be a misleading number as in real life this is not possible. So we say 25% of the year sees 3 visitors and 75% of the year sees 4 visitors.

 Make sure to familiarize yourself with these terms as these will be sure to occur in your everyday job roles. This way, you would be able to gain better mileage out of your training in SAS  Training course in Mumbai.