Data Mining and Analytics

Please answer the following questions. Please note that grading criteria are included within the Word Document. Please carefully read the directions. When completed, save your Word Document, and upload it to the assignment folder.

  1. When we ask questions like, “How much data is too much data-to-data mine?” we seek specific knowledge. For this project, you need to identify a specific information system you use for data mining and explain an issue the information system might have with data mining big data.
  2. When looking at an analytics tool such as Tableau, especially the mapping capabilities, how important is the information it produces? Explain how the mapping capabilities can be used to forecast, for example, sales in an area, new company location, or new product sales.
  3. What are analytics, and what are the different types of analytics?

Submission Requirements

  • Format: Microsoft Word (no PDFs)
  • Font: Arial or Times Roman, 12-Point, Double-Space
  • Citation Style: APA 7th Edition (Cover page, in-text citations, indented paragraphs, Reference page with hanging indent)
  • Length: 3-5 pages (not counting the cover page or Reference page)
  • Reference Sources: at least 3 or more (no Wikipedia, Investopedia, TechCrunch)

Requirements: in-depth example

Answer preview
Data analysis is crucial considering the prevalence of big data in the tech and innovation era. According to Husamaldin and Saeed (2019), data analytics explores and analyzes big data to predict and optimize the right decision for an identified problem. The prevalence of different data types informs the need to understand the businesses’ needs, dynamics, and complexities to determine how to analyze and gather solid findings. For instance, descriptive analytics is a popular approach that answers the “what” question through real-time and historical data. The second is prescriptive data which analyzes the historical patterns of a business, informing future predictions. Prescriptive analytics helps determine the best results while identifying data uncertainties for effective decision-making (Husamaldin & Saeed, 2019). Through this system,
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Data Mining and Analytics

SMART Goals Evaluation

Think back to the five SMART goals you created earlier in the term. Write a reflection paper following APA format and consisting of 750-1000 words in length. Then, create a 5–7-minute reflection video using the word document which evaluates each SMART goal that you created. Use Teams, Zoom, or Canvas Studio’s Screen Capture feature to record your presentation. Your face must be visible on camera (in the corner as you present your paper). You must introduce yourself and show your identification. You must dress professionally or your presentation will not be graded.

Use the following questions to guide your response:

  1. What were you expecting from the experience before you started?
  2. Why were you expecting this?
  3. Why did you choose this goal?
  4. Did you learn anything about a different group in society (i.e., different age, profession, ethnic, racial or socio-economic group)? What did you learn?
  5. What is the most valuable experience you acquired?
  6. What impact did the experience have on your everyday life?
  7. What did you learn that was directly related to your course objectives?

Submission Instructions:

Requirements: 750-1000 words

This doscument is for the end of my 6 week psychiatric clinical rotation here in Miami, FL. I attached the PPT that I used at the beginning of this 6-week course so you can work based on it.

Answer preview
Identifying patients’ curative factors can enhance the effectiveness of group therapy. These factors promote healing, improve self-awareness, and allow for personal growth (Melchiori et al., 2019). As such, I expected to participate in group therapy sessions during my clinical practice, initially in an observatory capacity. Furthermore, since this is one of the treatment approaches I will leverage during my future practice, learning how to accurately identify patients’ curative factors during group therapy and leveraging them to improve patients’ outcomes is critical. Due to this, I settled on the goal of observing at least three group therapy sessions conducted by my preceptor to learn how my preceptor leverages curative factors to enhance patient outcomes within the first three months of the clinical practice. One of the critical takeaways from this experience was that different patients have varying curative factors.
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SMART Goals Evaluation