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*Date: 26-28 June 2019*
This hands-on workshop includes lectures, tutorials, group problem solving,
and discussions on creating value with big data analytics. The seminar
discusses both structural (sales and financial) and nonstructural data
(tweets and networks) tools, techniques, and strategies.

*What is covered?*
1. Business Analytics
2. Social Media Analytics
3. Marketing Analytics
4. Location Analytics
5. Financial Analytics
6. Network Analytics
7. Search Engine Analytics
8. Text Analytics
9. Analytics-Business Alignment
10. Data Security and Privacy

*Tools covered*: R, Matlab, NodeXL, SPSS, etc.

*Specifics *

   - Where: The University of Technology Sydney, Thomas room, UTS Building
   10 Level 7, 235 Jones St, Ultimo NSW 2007, Australia.
   - When: 26-28 June 2019
   - Who: Academics, students, researchers, business owners, managers,
   executives, and consultants, etc.
   - Seats: Seats are limited. First come, first serve basis.
   - Layout: Round-table sessions followed by Hands-on exercises. Please
   bring your own device.
   - Atmosphere: Warm, friendly, and collegial!
   - Registration Deadline: Early Bird: 31st March 2019; Late: 31st May 2019

Early bird registration is now open:



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*Khan,  Gohar PhD **/ **Senior Lecturer Digital Business /* *Undergraduate
and Graduate Convenor for Digital Business*

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