What you will learn

In this Time Series / Forecasting course, students will delve into the fascinating realm of analyzing and predicting patterns and trends in data over time.

The course will begin with an introduction to time series analysis, covering fundamental concepts such as time-dependent data, trend analysis, seasonality.

Everyone will learn how to handle time-stamped data and explore various visualization techniques to identify patterns visually.

Students will dive into the world of forecasting methods. They will be exposed to both traditional statistical approaches and modern machine learning algorithms


Course Overview:

Time series data is prevalent in various fields, from finance and economics to climate science and industrial applications. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to time series analysis and forecasting techniques, enabling participants to understand and model time-dependent data patterns. Through a combination of theoretical concepts, practical exercises, and real-world projects, participants will develop the skills necessary to analyze historical data, identify trends, seasonality, and make accurate predictions for future observations.

Assessment and Certification:

To ensure a comprehensive understanding of the course material, participants will be assessed through various means. Assignments will be given regularly to reinforce theoretical knowledge and apply it to practical scenarios. These assignments may involve data analysis, forecasting, and model evaluation tasks.

Additionally, participants will undertake a final project that spans multiple weeks, where they will work on a real-world time series forecasting problem of their choice. They will be required to collect and preprocess data, apply appropriate forecasting techniques, and present their findings in a written report and a final presentation. The project will assess their ability to apply the acquired knowledge independently.

Target Audiences:

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The course is tailored to suit the needs of the following target audience:

  • Data Science and Analytics Professionals: Data scientists, analysts, and researchers who want to add time series analysis and forecasting techniques to their skillset for understanding patterns and making predictions in time-dependent data.
  • Business and Economics Professionals: Individuals working in business and economics fields who need to analyze historical data to make informed decisions, conduct demand forecasting, inventory management, and business cycle analysis.
  • Finance Professionals: Finance experts dealing with financial market forecasting, risk management, and portfolio optimization, as well as those interested in modeling financial time series data and volatility.
  • Operations Research and Supply Chain Management Professionals: Individuals involved in optimizing supply chain processes, inventory management, and production planning, where understanding time-dependent patterns is crucial.

Course Materials and Resources:

Throughout the duration of the course, participants will have access to a comprehensive set of resources to support their learning journey. The course materials include lecture slides, code examples, and reference materials. These resources will be provided before each session to enable participants to follow along with the instructor’s explanations and engage more actively.

Participants will also receive a curated list of recommended textbooks, research papers, and online resources for further self-study and exploration. These additional resources will allow motivated learners to delve deeper into specific topics or areas of interest beyond the scope of the course.


The Time Series Analysis and Forecasting course offer a comprehensive and practical learning experience to participants interested in exploring time-ordered data, identifying patterns, and making informed predictions. With a blend of theoretical concepts, hands-on projects, and industry insights, participants will acquire the skills and knowledge needed to apply time series analysis techniques in diverse domains.



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Introduction about Tutor

Time Series

Introduction About Forecasting / Time series
Time Series Components
Time Plot & Lag Plot
Forecasting Steps
Forecasting Error
Time Series Partitioning
About Exponential smoothing
Forecasting – Tricky cases & key Takeaways