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www.reference.com/article/online-applied-behavior-analysis-courses-84e60fe370dc0e3d

As of June 2015, online applied behavior analysis courses can be taken through schools such as Pennsylvania State University World Campus and Florida Institute of Technology. Penn State's courses can lead to a graduate certificate, while Florida Tech has both a bachelor's and master's level certific

www.reference.com/article/behavioral-analysis-unit-d8469451dade93bb

Selected divisions within the Federal Bureau of Investigation are known as behavioral analysis units. As of 2014, four such units exist within the FBI's National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime.

www.reference.com/article/analysis-a7f46f0a62297e2f

A "what if" analysis occurs when a Microsoft Excel user changes the values of cells to see alterations of formulaic outcomes elsewhere on the worksheet. As of November 2014, three different types of "what if" analysis tools come with Excel, including scenarios, data tables and "Goal Seek." This type

www.reference.com/business-finance/job-analysis-important-7afdc1545e2e0007

A job analysis is important to ensure that a company's selection process in order to choose applicants are valid and defensible. It is important to include only knowledge, skills, abilities and personal characteristics in the selection process and only qualifications needed for the job should be con

www.reference.com/article/situational-analysis-1fab8fdf881077dc

A situational analysis is a critical look at the present state of a business for the purpose of evaluating the current product offered, the present market, and the challenges in the way of the business' future plan. The analysis is important for strategic planning.

www.reference.com/business-finance/company-analysis-b266c201a43256a4

Company analysis refers to the process of evaluating a company’s profitability, profile and products or services. It is also known as “fundamental analysis,” and it is generally used by investors. It incorporates basic company information, such as the mission statement, goals and values.

www.reference.com/world-view/examples-learned-behavior-6719c795c333be44

Some examples of learned behavior are a dog that is taught to roll over or a recently hatched goose that imprints on something other than its mother. Learned behavior is shaped through experience, such as through the application of rewards, punishments or constant conditioning.

www.reference.com/article/data-analysis-dccc3d621cc109d8

Data analysis refers to the process of applying logical and statistical techniques to evaluate, condense and describe raw data with the sole intent of extracting useful information. There are several different forms of raw data, including observations, survey responses and measurements.

www.reference.com/world-view/social-analysis-a0ddbf5e7c0f5618

Social analysis is the evaluation of issues related to social characteristics, the general quality of life, social services and social justice of a society. The analysis touches on individuals, governments, economies, groups and environments. It studies the past with respect to the present, particul

www.reference.com/article/quantitative-techniques-applied-business-analysis-55220ca9ea27e0cf

According to University of Baltimore's Dr. Hossein Arsham, quantitative techniques that apply to business analysis include time series analysis, regression analysis and cost benefit analysis. Almost every quantitative method in use in the social sciences is applicable to business.