Workshops

1. EXCAVATE DATA FOR DECISION, HORTON SANDBOX: HDP & HDF

Hortonworks Sandbox for Hadoop Data Platform (HDP) and Horton works Data Flow (HDF) is quick and easy personal desktop environment to get started learning, exploring, developing, testing and trying new features. This three hours workshop provides an overview of the Apache Hadoop Eco System. The HDF Sandbox is also a single node cluster for data flow and stream processing based on Apache NiFi, Apache Kafka and Apache Storm. Parton’s gain hands on experience through HDP sandbox basics, real-world examples. The workshop covers the topics from visualization framework with end user capable of displaying analytics data at different geographic levels. The data sources will be from CSV or Spark.

Details of the workshop can be downloaded here.

Speakers & Instructors :

  • J. Joshua Thomas, Ph.D. (Senior Lecturer – Computing)
    Department of Computing, KDU Penang University College.
  • Bahari Belaton, Ph.D., (Assoc. Prof. Dr.)
    School of Computer Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

2. PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS WITH RapidMiner

RapidMiner Studio is a powerful visual design environment for rapidly building complete predictive analytic workflows. This all-in-one tool features hundreds of pre-defined data preparation and machine learning algorithms to support all your data science projects. This workshop is focusing on data mining and predictive analytics with RapidMiner Studio. During this training, participant will explore few business use cases and build the analytical model with RapidMiner.  Practical exercises during the training will prepare the participants to take the knowledge gained and apply to their own respective data mining problems in the future.

Details of the workshop can be downloaded here.

Speakers & Instructors :

    • Amelia Ritahani Ismail, Ph.D., (Assoc. Prof. Dr.)
      Kulliyyah of ICT, International Islamic University Malaysia.

3. FORENSIC ACCOUNTING USING DATA MINING TECHNIQUE

Data mining is the process of looking for trends, patterns, and anomalies within a data set, in this case will be the accounting data. Unusual data or anomalies may signal the need of further or in-depth investigation by the forensic accounting investigators.

Details of the workshop can be downloaded here.

Speakers & Instructors :

  • Syed Nasir Syed Zakaria Alsagoff, (Assoc. Prof.)
    Faculty of Defence Science and Technology, National Defence University of Malaysia.

Workshop Registration

Please download the registration form (PDF) or (MS Word) and send the completed from and proof of payment to admin@ivic.org.my