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Read Chapters 1 and 2before class. TakeQuizzes 1 and 2 afterclass. Do WekaAssignment 1 afterclass.2Predictive Modeling and FittingModels to DataThe data miningprocess. Supervisedv. UnsupervisedLearning.Read Chapters 3 and 4before class. TakeQuizzes 3 and 4 afterclass. Do WekaAssignment 2 afterclass.3Overfitting and UnsupervisedLearningFitting and overfitting; complexitycontrol, crossvalidation, attributeselection,regularization andpruning.Read Chapters5 and 6before class. TakeQuizzes 5 and6 afterclass. Do WekaAssignment 3 afterclass.4Model Assessment andPerformance VisualizationExpected value,comparativebaselines,visualization ofmodel performance,profit curves,response curves; liftcurvesRead Chapters 7 and7before class. TakeQuizzes 7 and8 afterclass. Do WekaAssignment 4 afterclass.5Evidence and ProbablitiesBayes Rule,probabalisticRead Chapters 9 and10 before class. Take7
Hybrid-Revised 1/2017reasoning, NaiveBayesQuizzes 10 and 11 afterclass. Do WekaAssignment 5 afterclass.6Text MiningBag of Words,TDIDF, TopicmodelsRead Chapters 11 and12 before class. TakeQuizzes 11 and 12 afterclass.7Data Science and BusinessStrategyAnalyticalEngineering toSolve BusinessProblemsRead Chapters 13 and14 before class. TakeQuizzes 13 and 14 afterclass. Do Final afterclass.General Expectations/Housekeeping Information and Any Other SupplementalInformationAttendance to each class is required and will be recorded by the instructor.Class participation is required.Late assignments will be lowered by one grade letter.Assignments need to be submitted to the Blackboard prior to each class meetingwhere they are due.Assignments are to be submitted using Microsoft Office or other media asdirected by the instructor.Assignments will be graded no later than seven days after submission.8
Hybrid-Revised 1/2017Blackboard, Email, and Technical IssuesNEC College Email AccountInstitutional communication, including communication with instructor, studentservices, administration, etc.MUSTbe conducted through your @nec.edu emailaccount. Please check your NEC email regularly. The college assumes noresponsibility for messages not received because of failure to check @nec.edu email.You cannot forward your NEC email into another email account.You can access your NEC email account by going toand clicking on thehyperlink in the top right corner: Students, Faculty, and Staff (MyNEC).Click the red button for Webmail.Personal computer problemsA computer with Internet access is required for this course.Students should retaincopies of all course work on a flash drive or other backup device. Files should beorganized and managed so that they can be easily located when needed. Should you havea personal computer failure during this course, you must have plans to have access toanother computer.This can be your local library computer, a family member’s or friend’scomputer.A DSL or cable connection is recommended.

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Term
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Professor
Karen Macintyre

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