Nithin Kantharaj Conducted Simple and Multiple Linear Regression Using SAS and MINITAB

Jersey City, Jul 29, 2019 ( – Nithin Kantharaj is a well-educated professional who has worked on a number of academic projects while he was studying. These projects included failure mode effect analysis of Samsung note components, quality analysis on Toyota 9 million recall, and simple and multiple linear regressions.

The project was conducted to measure the parameters for the box office collection of a movie using the budget, director, actor, and Number of prequels as independent variables. Nithin Kantharaj conducted simple and multiple linear regression analysis using SAS and MINITAB to look for trends and further determine the variable for the success of the movie. He collected the data set required for the variable to further analyze the success of a movie. The analysis showed that 88.59% of the model is explained by the variables actor and budget, which results in huge box office collection.

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Nithin is currently associated with a leading medical technology company in Flanders, NJ.

About Nithin Kantharaj

An alumnus of PES Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Nithin Kantharaj is a skilled product developer and project manager. After pursuing Bachelors in Mechanical engineering, he went on to study Industrial engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington.

Nithin Kantharaj has an expertise in Lean Manufacturing, SPC, TQM, Time and Motion Study, Value Stream Mapping, Six Sigma (DMAIC), KANBAN, ISO, PFMEA,DFMEA, KAIZEN, GD&T, Root cause analysis, Corrective and preventive action(CAPA), JIT, 5S, IQ,PQ, and QP. While he was in college, he worked on a number of academic projects. Some of the major projects he worked upon include failure mode effect analysis of Samsung note components, quality analysis on Toyota 9 million recalls, and simple & multiple linear regressions.

Nithin is quite passionate about travelling to new places.

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