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Academic Year/course: 2017/18

450 - Degree in Marketing and Market Research

27621 - Data Analysis and Multivariate Techniques


Syllabus Information

Academic Year:
2017/18
Subject:
27621 - Data Analysis and Multivariate Techniques
Faculty / School:
109 - Facultad de Economía y Empresa
Degree:
450 - Degree in Marketing and Market Research
ECTS:
6.0
Year:
3
Semester:
First semester
Subject Type:
Compulsory
Module:
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5.1. Methodological overview

The method is mostly theoretical-practical. The working method will be individualized as far as possible, which means that each student will analyze a particular database.

5.2. Learning tasks

The offered program to help the student in doing the expected results includes the following activities:

Theoretical and practical classes: will be used to develop concepts and theoretical developments in each of the topics. In some of them, exhibition techniques will be used but encouraging participation and discussion in class. The teacher will rely on the computer to illustrate the practical use of the techniques explained by its application to solving real cases using the databases of the subject. In addition, the SPSS 22.0 package will be used to implement the techniques in the exhibition.

Tutorials in small groups: optional classes are held throughout the course, scheduled times by the teacher according to students. In these tutorials the teacher will plan the most appropriate model to introduce them into concrete market research statistical method.

Individual tutorials, personalized and on-line: the student may attend the scheduled tutoring to ask questions about the subject. In the case of students whose tutorials coincide with school hours of other materials, they can send an email to make an appointment.

5.3. Syllabus

INTRODUCTION 

CHAPTER 0: Introduction

Objectives. Why multivariate analysis? Basic types of data and analysis. Preliminary steps in multivariate analysis in Marketing and Management.

I: EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 1: Exploratory data analysis (A.E.D.)

Objectives. Organizing data. Data exploration: the use of pictures. Surveys in different contexts. Goals of some researches. Study of outliers and missing data.

II: DATA EXPLORATION AND DIMENSION REDUCTION

CHAPTER 2: Regression analysis

Introduction. Estimating the regression equation and prediction. Multiple linear regression. Variable selection in linear regression. Applying linear regression ideas.

CHAPTER 3: Factor analysis

Introduction. Principal component method. Examples. Choosing the number of factors. Rotation. Interpretation. Validity of the factor analysis model. Study of outliers.

III: STUDY OF CONTINGENCY TABLES

CHAPTER 4: Surveys and contingency tables.

Internet as a source of information. Contingency tables in samples from a data base. The r x c Contingency table. Study of some profiles. Interpretation. 

IV: CLASSIFICATION ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 5: Cluster Analysis.

Introduction. Measures of similarity or dissimilarity. Hierarchical clustering. Single, complete and average linkage. Choosing the number of clusters. Cluster validity. Nonhierarchical methods.

CHAPTER 6: Discriminant analysis.

Introduction. The discriminant function for two groups. Interpretation of discriminant functions. Applications. 

5.4. Course planning and calendar

The indicative timetable for the course, every week, would be:  

Timetable

CHAPTER

METHOD

1ª week

LEARNING OBJETIVES

Statement class

INTRODUCTION

Statement class

2ª week

Chapter 1

Theoretical-practical class

                             Chapter 1

Theoretical-practical class

3ª week

                             Chapter 1

Theoretical-practical class

 Chapter 1

Practical class

4ª week

Chapter 2

Theoretical-practical class

Chapter 2

Theoretical-practical class

5ª week

Chapter 2

Theoretical-practical class

Chapter 2

Practical class

   6ª week

                             Chapter 3

Theoretical-practical class

Chapter 3

Theoretical-practical class

7ª week

Chapter 3

Theoretical-practical class

Chapter 3

Practical class

8ª week

Test 1

 

Chapter 4

Practical class

9ª week

Chapter 4

Practical class

Chapter 4

Practical class

10ª week

Approach to work

Practical class

Chapter 5

11ª week

Chapter 5

 

Theoretical-practical class

12ª week

Chapter 5

 

Theoretical-practical class

13ª week

Test 2

 

 

  14ª week

Chapter 6

 

Theoretical-practical class

  15ª week

EXAM 

 

STATEMENT PAPER

Speech and discussion