Very clear and articulate explanation of the concepts. He doesn't skip a step in the sequencing ideas, drawing comparisons and differences, and illustrating both visually and story-telling. Excellent.
Very nice course for beginner, the mathematic level is not high (around french baccalaureat) so available to everyone. I enjoyed a lot this course that show how simple math can be used in real life.
von Craig K•
More reading about theory than actual doing.
von Daguo X•
Too fundamental, too easy. No depth in math
von Ardavan S•
I already knew most of the topics taught.
Could have added more about monte carlo
please improve hand-out for self study.
von Ömer B•
too basic. but the instructor is great
von Lokesh M•
Good and nice Analysis of each model
von Komal S•
It should have been more practical.
von Jeff K•
A little too basic, but still good.
von Zhao y•
Review of simple high school math
von Mike B•
Way, way too basic and hand wavy.
von Z.Z. F•
Information needs to be updated
von Handong D B•
the lecturer is kind of boring
von Krishna M R•
This course is for beginners
von Sahaj P•
Could be more illustrious.
von Syed M H A•
von Shraman G•
Basic but informative
von Suraj G•
no solved example
von Apurva D•
Good but too easy
von Sven P B•
von Ng C•
von Sahainaj B•
The student needed to have a good foundation of statistics and high levels of math to be able to follow the class. I have not taken statistics or trigonometry in many years so I struggled. I would have benefited greatly if there were more examples of how to calculate the models, including the calculations part of it. The professor did not do that and that got me wondering (not knowing) how to calculate the formulas. I think if I had seen a few examples, it would have been enough to understand and keep up.
So, more step-by-step instructions on the mechanics of formulas, would be my biggest recommendation.
But the professor did a superb job explaining the concepts, and showcasing some industry applications of the models.
Thank you for asking.