|1.||Discriminate between statistical analysis technique to solve a given business problem;|
|2.||Exhibit, interpret and critique business and economic data by graphical and numerical statistical methods;|
|3.||Apply sampling theory in statistical inference: estimation and hypothesis testing;|
|4.||Model and test business and economic relationships using linear regression;|
|5.||Critically assess alternative statistical techniques for identifying methods appropriate for the purpose and condition of an analysis;|
|6.||Conduct business forecasting using time series data and evaluate forecasting performance; and|
|7.||Optimise statistical analysis using a statistical tool.|
|Report||Comparison techniques and statistical modelling for analysing and predicting relationships (Group)||30%|
Australian Business Statistics (4th ed.).
Black, K., Asafu-Adjaye, J., Burke, P., Khan, N., King, G., Perera, N., Papdimos, A., Sherwood, C., Wasimi, S., & Verma, R. (2016).
Milton, Qld: John Wiley and Sons Australia, Ltd.
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