"Remember, the other team is counting on Big Data insights based on previous games. So, kick the ball with your other foot."

# | Dates | Subject | Corresponding Lecture |
---|---|---|---|

1 | 26/01/2017 | Introduction | Lecture 1 |

2 | 02/02/2017 | Percentages and applications | Lecture 2 |

3 | 09/02/2017 | Charts and graphs | Lecture 4 |

4 | 23/02/2017 | Indexes | Lecture 3 |

5 | 02/03/2017 | Qualitative variables and Core values | Lecture 5 |

6 | 09/03/2017 | 1st Midterm |
Lecture 6 |

7 | 16/03/2017 | Values of dispersions | Lecture 7 |

8 | 23/03/2017 | Values of concentration | Lecture 7 |

9 | 30/03/2017 | Linear adjustment | Lecture 8 & 9 |

10 | 06/04/2017 | Correlation | Lecture 8 & 9 |

11 | 13/04/2017 | 2nd Midterm |
Lecture 10 |

12 | 20/04/2017 | Simple & compound interest | Lecture 10 |

- Exercises - 1 / Answers
- Exercises - 2 / Answers
- Exercises - 3 + Excel file / Answers + Excel
- Exercises - 5, 6 & 7 + Excel data / Answers
- Exercises - 10, 11 & 12 / Answers + Excel
- Training Exercises (1st midterm) / Answers
- Training Exercises 2 (1st midterm) / Answers
- Training Exercises (2nd midterm) / Answers

- 1st Midterm - Fall 2015 / Answers (excel file)
- 1st Midterm - Spring 2016 / Answers
- 1st Midterm - Fall 2016 / Answers (excel file)
- 1st Midterm - Spring 2017 / Answers (excel file)

- 2nd Midterm - Fall 2015 / Answers (excel file)
- 2nd Midterm - Fall 2016 / Answers (excel file)
- 2nd Midterm - Spring 2017 / Answers + Excel file

- Basic Excel Formulas
- Correction 2nd Midterm (Excel File)
- Lecture 8 - Excel
- Lecture 9 - exercise done in class
- Data for Lecture 9
- Data for Lecture 10

(*) Bring your computer.

(**) Numbers refer to corresponding Lectures notes.

(***) See below.

- Results' computations are done with frequencies divided by 2 (there are 600 employees in the firm instead of 1200) and salaries are divided by 10. Nevertheless, results are the same (by a factor of 10)
- Question c): Mode is 25,000$ (and not 1500 as stated). Note that here we admit the center of modal class as the mode. The
*precise*formula would give 24,918.03$