Data Analytics & Visualization Coursework: Overview
The key deliverable of the DAV course is a group-developed stand-alone application catered to the on-going decision support needs of an organization (public or private) or section of the population. These take on a range of forms, pulling in the capabilities of multiple tools with design for use in mind. On the left are a few examples of pitches, walk-throughs and live-presentations of tools developed (also see Student Project Gallery).
Additional references include a research note, Visualization in Operations Management Research, INFORMS Journal on Data Science
Example undergraduate student projects are available in the Gallery of this site, and details on the SMB-A capstone can be found here.
BLACKBELT RIBBON add-in
BLACKBELT RIBBON add-in download: ExtraLite Version now available for user until May 2022(or place the following URL in your Browser and check downloads: www.experimental-instruments.com/BlackbeltRibbon_extralite.xlam )
Select cells and use Ctrl-Shift-V to clean references in BB functions if moving the add-in (otherwise sheets will refer to prior paths).
Full documentation of use cases for tools (previewed in video on left), found in 3rd Edition Excel Basics to Blackbelt text. Also see Function library.
Also NEW: Beta version of the ZipTranslate add-in. Functions include FindZip for translating US Zip Codes to City, County, State identifiers, as well as FindIPAddress which translates IP Address to Geoinfo.
Getting Involved - Corporate and Alumni Opportunities for Engagement
The Analytics curricula at Fisher engages with organizational interests on a rolling basis. If you are an alumni or are otherwise interested in drawing on the analytical capabilities of our undergraduate or graduate students in a 7-week or 10-month project, yielding new ways of describing, predicting or offering prescriptions from your own data, please reach out.
You can contact me directly at email@example.com