Prerequisites For Econometric The Best Ever
Beginners to intermediate level course, providing intuitive understanding of probability theory for econometricians
Last updated 2022-01-10 | 4.8- Prerequisites to Econometrics
- Probability Distributions
- Basics to understand Econometrics
- All the prerequisites will be taught in the course so that learning econometrics becomes fun.
What you'll learn
* Requirements* No prerequisites. Any students who is not able to understand econometrics because of not knowing the statistical base will benefit from the course.
This course aims at making Economics students love and excel at Econometrics, by giving them an intuitive understanding of the statistical concepts that Econometrics is based. Often students dread Econometrics course at school or university, for they have lack understanding of the prerequisites. The course is meant for absolute beginners. It is especially meant for students who are planning to take up econometrics and have no prior understanding of statistics. The course creates a solid base enabling intuitive understanding of econometrics. This course can especially prove to beneficial for undergraduate/graduate students who are struggling to keep up in their econometrics courses. The course does not require any prior understanding econometrics. Basic understanding of descriptive statistics can prove to be helpful, but is not mandatory.
The course is meant for absolute beginners. Students who are struggling with understanding econometrics or lack an intuitive understanding of econometrics, will benefit the most from this course. There are no mathematical prerequisites required. Post this course, students will be equipped with understanding of econometrics and advance statistics easily. Course is not just beneficial for students of economics, but shall prove to be beneficial for everyone who needs to learn intermediate statistics.
This course focuses on starting from the very basics of probability theory and explains all probability distributions in depth, so as to equip students with understanding of statistics for better applications. Students who want to enter the field of research and would be requiring to use Econometric tools like Regression or ANOVA are recommended to take this course prior to taking up Econometrics.
Who this course is for:
- Undergraduate Economics students, High school students, Beginners in Econometrics and Statistics
4 sections • 20 lectures