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STAT 4330 - Applied Binary Classification

3 Class Hours 0 Laboratory Hours 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: STAT 4210.
Binary Classification is a heavily used concept in statistical modeling. Common applications include credit worthiness and the associated development of a credit risk score, fraud detection, the presence of a disease or the identification of manufacturing units which fail inspection. Students will learn how to use logistic regression, odds, ROC curves, and maximization functions to apply binary classification concepts to real-world datasets. This course will utilize SAS-software and students are expected to have a strong working knowledge of SAS.



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