This course will provide an overview of data analytics using STATA and R statistical software. The course will equip you with a comprehensive introduction to STATA and R and its various uses in data management and analysis. You will learn in detail and gain practical experience in manipulating, exploring, visualizing, and modelling different types of data using STATA and R. By the end of the course, you will be able to interpret the statistical outputs/results and the application in real-life situations.
Through R you will learn and apply the basics of programming and its application in data visualization and modelling.
Requirement: Some basic quantitative/statistical knowledge will be required; this is not an introduction to statistics course but rather the application and interpretation of such using Stata.
This comprehensive workshop is designed for professionals in the humanitarian field who aim to enhance their skills in qualitative data management, analysis, and visualization. The training covers three modules
on NVIVO, focusing on setting up projects, coding data, and leveraging advanced features for qualitative
research. Additionally, six modules on Tableau provide participants with the essential skills to create
impactful reports, and dashboards, and conduct data analysis.
This course will provide detailed information and practical knowledge and skills on the use of SurveyCTO and CSPro for data collection and management before extraction for data analysis. The course will familiarize you with mobile data collection and equip you with practical skills in the development of survey forms, online data management and data cleaning, the development of descriptive graphics, and the utilization of the geographical data collected.
In addition, you will learn how to develop Computer-Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI) including data entry in CSPro
Data collection for humanitarian purposes is a critical step in ensuring that assistance is targeted, efficient, and responsive to the specific needs of affected populations. It enables humanitarian organizations to make informed decisions and allocate resources effectively in crisis situations.
KoBoToolbox is an open-source suite of tools and services designed for data collection and management in humanitarian and development work. It provides a platform for creating and deploying forms, collecting data using various devices, and managing and analysing the collected data. ODK, or Open Data Kit, is an open-source set of tools and standards designed to help organizations collect, manage, and use data for various purposes, including humanitarian work.
This comprehensive course is designed for humanitarian professionals and organizations seeking to enhance their data collection capabilities in the field. Participants will learn how to effectively utilize two powerful open-source tools, KoBoToolbox and Open Data Kit (ODK), to design forms, collect data in challenging environments, and manage and analyse the collected data. Through practical exercises and real-world scenarios, participants will gain the skills and knowledge necessary to improve data-driven decision-making and humanitarian responses.
This course will help you establish a practical approach to SPSS. Participants will look at different SPSS options, and be able to know how to use and implement the different applications under SPSS. This will also enable them to understand how to interpret output and graphically display results.
Power BI certification training will help you get the most out of Power BI, enabling you to solve business problems and improve operations. This course helps you master the development of dashboards from published reports, discover better insight from the data, & create practical recipes for the various tasks that you can do with Microsoft Power BI.