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Statistics Made Really Easy for Business Analytics

Author Name: R. Ravi Sankar | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

How can I make statistics easily understandable to anyone who plans to get into the field of business analytics? How can I simplify the subject and present it in a way that even a person who does not know anything about statistics will find it interesting? These were the foremost questions that I had in my mind when I started writing this book. 

You are now holding the result of these thoughts in your hands. I believe that I’ve made statistics really easy to understand and have used minimum formulae and minimum statistical terms to explain various statistical concepts. 

In my opinion, statistics is the foundation for business analytics. For any person aspiring to use analytics for making business decisions, a minimum level of knowledge of statistics is essential. This book, I believe, will serve the purpose.

I hope that the contents of this book will help you get a basic idea of statistics and will get you going on your way to using business analytics. 

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R. Ravi Sankar

Ravi Sankar (known to his close relatives as Ravi and to his colleagues at work as RRS) is a passionate teacher and a trainer. In his career of more than four decades, he has had the opportunity to work with some of the best industrial groups in the country and teach as a visiting faculty in a few of the highly respected and well-known management institutes. He loves engaging with students and helping them bring out their best. The executives whom he has trained love his method of simplifying even complex subjects and relating the topics to their areas of work.

He is basically a commerce graduate with a postgraduate degree in management systems. He is also a cost and management accountant and a company secretary. His love for teaching led him to earn his doctorate when he was in his 50s.

This book is his maiden attempt at writing, which many of his students and executives whom he has trained have been urging him to do for a long time.