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Textual Analytics (Online Self-Study)


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Textual Analytics  CPE Credit: 2
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Fundamental knowledge of data analysis procedures


 

 

 Description:  

 

Textual analytics is a type of data analytics that is used to explain, understand and interpret a situation or a person’s actions or thoughts. Its goal is to extract usable information from unstructured text data, such as email communications or social media content, which can provide valuable insight into potential fraud.

Text mining and other textual analysis techniques are discussed in this course, and examples are provided on how they can be used during an investigation or as a proactive anti-fraud measure. The use of textual analytics to assess fraud risk, analyze text in emails and social media, and understand sentiment in the right context is discussed. The course also includes a discussion on using components of the Fraud Triangle to create pre-defined keyword lists aimed at detecting fraud.

 

You will learn how to:
 

Apply textual analysis to the prevention and detection of fraud

Employ textual analysis to the prevention and detection of fraud

Identify textual analytic techniques used to detect fraud

Assess the benefits and challenges associated with using textual analytics

 

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Field of study: Auditing

Last updated: June 2014

 

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Table of Contents: 

 

Lesson 1: What Is Data Analysis?

Lesson 2: Types of Data

Lesson 3: What Is Textual Analytics?

Lesson 4: Benefits of Using Textual Analytics

Lesson 5: Challenges Faced When Performing Textual Analysis

Lesson 6: The Basics of Textual Analytics

Lesson 7: Text Mining

Lesson 8: Other Textual Analytic Techniques

Lesson 9: Fraud Triangle Components and Keywords

Lesson 10: Textual Analytics Using Sentiment

Lesson 11: Textual Analytics Using Emails

Lesson 12: Textual Analytics Using Social Media

Lesson 13: Combining Textual Analytic Techniques

Lesson 14: Displaying Results

Lesson 15: Data Privacy and Security

Lesson 16: Using Textual Analytics to Conduct Fraud Risk Assessments

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Internet access: High-speed connection recommended

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