INMT5526 Business Intelligence

INMT5526 Business Intelligence

Team Assignment: Predictive Modelling and Digital Assets

The Brief

Organisations are leveraging value from their own operational data, their customer data and from secondary data (such as web scraping). One such tool is reporting household asset values, such as for housing or vehicles. In addition, some tools include a modelling component under the hood, such as regression or other machine learning algorithms. Your team assignment will make use of secondary— used vehicle sales – data from the UK, that has been cleaned for modelling and assessment.

Students may self-select to a team within each tutorial group (i.e. only within your tutorial group). Each team will be allocated one of the following data sets:

Audi                   BMW                   Ford               Mercedes        Volkswagen          Hyundai

The data sets have been customised so that each team will analyse at least two (2) vehicle models for their chosen manufacturer (i.e. no two data sets will be the same). Your manufacturer will be the one stated in your team’s group name on LMS. It is suggested that you choose higher volume models with a long series –say more than six (6) years of data.

Each dataset takes the form of a list of observations (rows) where each corresponds to the sale of an individual vehicle in the UK. The dataset consists of nine (9) variables (columns) which are described as follows and form the first row of the dataset:

  • model: the vehicle’s model, think of it as the name of the vehicle such as Tucson, Fiesta or X3. There will be many vehicles of the same model but each of these vehicles are built on the same ‘blueprint’ and contain the same (or very similar) features;
  • year: this is the year of manufacture of the vehicle, not the year of sale;
  • price: this is the price that the vehicle sold for (in UK pounds);
  • transmission: this is the type of transmission the vehicle is equipped with, either “Automatic”, “Semi-Auto”(matic) or “Manual”;
  • mileage: the odometer reading, this is the number of miles the vehicle has travelled at the time of sale;
  • fuelType: this is the type of fuel that the vehicle uses to generate movement, either “Diesel”, “Electric”, “Petrol”, “Hybrid” or “Other”;
  • tax: the tax paid on sale of the vehicle, known as ‘stamp duty’ in Australia. Consider that there may be discounts for certain types of vehicles;
  • mpg: miles per gallon, this is the distance that can be travelled by the vehicle with one gallon of fuel (or equivalent);
  • engineSize: the displacement of the internal combustion engine in litres, or “0” if not present.

You are welcome to remove erroneous data points from the data set – that is, you are allowed to clean the data – but consider first whether the data is erroneous based upon the above description of the data, as in some cases data that appears erroneous may not be so based on the value of other variables (such as for electric cars). If you do so, ensure you mention this in the report.

The Task

Your Team Assignment is to summarise and analyse an existing data set and prepare an analytical report aimed at assessing, selecting and applying a predictive model. The modelling context is limited to supervised learning and specifically data that estimates the price of a used vehicle in the UK market.

The new learning in this assessment is to apply your knowledge of and experience using machine learning techniques – namely, decision trees (including their permutations such as random forest and bagging) as well as artificial neural networks (such as MLF networks) to the data.

For each vehicular model, you should apply one of each of these above bolded types of machine learning techniques. Whether or not this is achieved using R scripting or Excel workbooks (you can do one technique in R and one technique in Excel if you desire) is up to your group to decide. You are welcome and encouraged to ‘tune’ your models by adjusting the parameters after model runs.

Marking Guidelines

The guidelines below for page numbers and words are only that; they are there to give you an idea about the size of the report and are not ‘hard limits’. Consider that some sections may have screenshots, graphs and tables and others will not.

A full marking rubric will be made available on the submission page for expectations. Please turn to the next page for an explanation of each component of the assessment.

Executive Summary You need to be able to summarise complex analysis “on a page”. We encourage teams to provide the summary as Power BI dashboard or infographic which describes the data set and a summary of your modelling and recommendations / conclusions.35%Single page (can be infographic or Power BI Dashboard)
Analytical Report65%6 – 8 pages
1.   Introduction: what is the business/policy context (as you see it1) of the analysis? What is the purpose of your models? (consider aims and problem statement). ½ page (125 words)
  2. Summary of the data set: accompanying your executive summary, provide a short summary of the independent and dependent variables (also describe your dashboard if you made one).   2 pages (500 words)
3. Model Selection: Demonstrate the use of training, validating and testing your machine learning models. Provide your model selection criteria and recommend a machine learning model for prediction. 2 pages (500 words)
4. Prediction: demonstrate how your final product works by showing some predictions – it is up to you to determine what test data is reasonable as well as the number of predictions. 1 page (250 words)
  5. Recommendations and conclusions: briefly outline the implications of your modelling and predictions (consider your problem statement and the questions posed).   ½ -1 page (250 – 500 words)
6. References: either APA or Harvard style (one or the other).  

Submission Details

The assignment should be submitted by the date and time listed on the Unit Outline (details of which will also be provided on LMS) using the submission point on LMS. Please submit the executive summary (.pbix file from Power BI Desktop, .pdf for infographic) alongside a word-processed document for the analytical report. Your working files as either R script files (.r) or Excel workbooks (.xlsx) should also be provided as part of the submission for each of the machine learning models.

If the date and time of submission (or other requirements) are to change, an announcement will be made on LMS by one of the teaching staff. The standard provisions of the UWA Business School assessment guidelines apply; for more details, please see the Unit Outline on the web using the link provided on LMS. Please contact the teaching staff for any other clarifications not listed here.

1 The context is predicting the cost of second-hand vehicles in the UK market. However, there is scope for some originality when detailing the purpose of your analysis and how the model may support decision making or form the basis of a new enterprise. Part of this assignment is to think of something exciting (or important) that the results of your models will support.

Order Now
No Fields Found.
Universal Assignment (October 2, 2023) INMT5526 Business Intelligence. Retrieved from
"INMT5526 Business Intelligence." Universal Assignment - October 2, 2023,
Universal Assignment July 6, 2022 INMT5526 Business Intelligence., viewed October 2, 2023,<>
Universal Assignment - INMT5526 Business Intelligence. [Internet]. [Accessed October 2, 2023]. Available from:
"INMT5526 Business Intelligence." Universal Assignment - Accessed October 2, 2023.
"INMT5526 Business Intelligence." Universal Assignment [Online]. Available: [Accessed: October 2, 2023]

Please note along with our service, we will provide you with the following deliverables:

Please do not hesitate to put forward any queries regarding the service provision.

We look forward to having you on board with us.


Get 90%* Discount on Assignment Help

Most Frequent Questions & Answers

Universal Assignment Services is the best place to get help in your all kind of assignment help. We have 172+ experts available, who can help you to get HD+ grades. We also provide Free Plag report, Free Revisions,Best Price in the industry guaranteed.

We provide all kinds of assignmednt help, Report writing, Essay Writing, Dissertations, Thesis writing, Research Proposal, Research Report, Home work help, Question Answers help, Case studies, mathematical and Statistical tasks, Website development, Android application, Resume/CV writing, SOP(Statement of Purpose) Writing, Blog/Article, Poster making and so on.

We are available round the clock, 24X7, 365 days. You can appach us to our Whatsapp number +1 (613)778 8542 or email to . We provide Free revision policy, if you need and revisions to be done on the task, we will do the same for you as soon as possible.

We provide services mainly to all major institutes and Universities in Australia, Canada, China, Malaysia, India, South Africa, New Zealand, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

We provide lucrative discounts from 28% to 70% as per the wordcount, Technicality, Deadline and the number of your previous assignments done with us.

After your assignment request our team will check and update you the best suitable service for you alongwith the charges for the task. After confirmation and payment team will start the work and provide the task as per the deadline.

Yes, we will provide Plagirism free task and a free turnitin report along with the task without any extra cost.

No, if the main requirement is same, you don’t have to pay any additional amount. But it there is a additional requirement, then you have to pay the balance amount in order to get the revised solution.

The Fees are as minimum as $10 per page(1 page=250 words) and in case of a big task, we provide huge discounts.

We accept all the major Credit and Debit Cards for the payment. We do accept Paypal also.

Popular Assignments

Foundations of Communication Assessment 2 Instructions

Discussion task (Total grade – 10%)   Process Work (Steps to complete the task) Answer on the Assessment 2 Submission Document – Do not upload this instruction document. Requirements (important elements to include) lastname_firstname_studentID_COMS_Assess 2_semester_year. Process for Assessment discussion tasks NOTE: If you do not participate in the class discussions then

Read More »

Assessment Two Dos and Don’ts (Internal)

Do: Read the assessment instructions carefully Read the marking rubric carefully Understand the question – break it down Conduct research – record the reference details Read the topic materials about communication theories, forms and factors and refer to them Contribute to the discussions in class or no marks for the

Read More »

Unpacking the Question: Assessment Two

Studying at university requires you to become familiar with strategies to un-pack or breakdown a variety of assessment questions/tasks throughout your studies.  Task Example of integrating the discussion, research and theories. In the group discussion my group members (name them) stated that an advertisement for a beauty product would most

Read More »

MGMT0001 Introduction to Commerce Assessment

MGMT0001 Introduction to Commerce Assessment 2 (worth 30%) Due date:                  2:00pm (AWST) Friday 15th September 2023 Submission:              Via Turnitin assessment submission link (see ‘Assessment 2’ folder in ‘Assessments’ section of Blackboard). Additional Instructions: Part A (42 marks) Nathan is a well-known chef with years of experience cooking various cuisines. After

Read More »

ACCT5011: Accounting Systems in the Digital Age

Practical Assignment Guide, Semester 2, 2023 Due Date for Submission: Monday 11th September 2023 at 5.00 PM Please note that the Folio Assignment for ACCT5011 Accounting Systems in the Digital Age is an individual assessment task worth 30% of your total marks in the unit. Please refer to the online

Read More »

EC229- Review session

Assume two cities, A and B, that can’t trade between them. Each city produces its own coconuts for its local market. If suddenly trade is possible then: D) As we saw in class, the new price will be somewhere between the original price 𝑃_𝐴,𝑃_𝐵. Hence it is impossible for consumers

Read More »

Computing Theory COSC

Computing Theory COSC 1107/1105 Assignment 1: Fundamentals Assessment Type Individual assignment. Submit online via Canvas → As- signments → Assignment 1. Marks awarded for meeting re- quirements as closely as possible. Clarifications/updates may be made via announcements/relevant discussion forums. Due Date Week 6, Sunday 27th August 2023, 11:59pm Marks 125

Read More »

BE279 Applied Statistics and Forecasting

Strategy, Operations, & Entrepreneurship Group Essex Business School Module Code BE279 Module Title Applied Statistics and Forecasting Assessment Type Individual Report (2,000 word) Academic Year 2022/23, Spring Term Submission Deadline Refer to FASER Task Specific Guidance Please note that: Module Learning Outcomes On successful completion of the module, students will

Read More »

Learning Design Tool: Little Learners Level 1 sounds

Learning Design Tool: Little Learners Level 1 sounds. Prepared by Sara Hart Date 30th August, 2023 (feel free to leave this date as it is the AT2 due date) Brief description of Learning Design   Chooseit Maker: Create, edit and play personalised learning activities that can be used in your

Read More »


HUMN1041 PEOPLE, PLACE AND SOCIAL DIFFERENCE ASSIGNMENT 1 TEMPLATE This assignment is made up of three (3) parts, plus a reference list and appendix. Marks are allocated for each section, as follows: – 1 mark Please ensure that you provide your answers in this template, and provide a Reference list

Read More »

Model 3 Launch in Australia

Client Information Company Name Tesla Contact Name   Email   Phone Number   Address Level 14, 15 Blue St. North Sydney, NSW 2060 Australia Ad link & image Project Information Project Title Model 3 Launch in Australia Project Description (100 words) Highlight the uniqueness of the car. Show the superior

Read More »

MKT10009 Marketing and the Consumer Experience

School of Business, Law and Entrepreneurship Assessment Task – Assignment 2  MKT10009 Marketing and the Consumer Experience Semester 2, 2023. Assessment Type Analytical Report Associated Unit Learning Outcomes (ULO’s) 2, 3, 4 Group or Individual task Individual Value (%) 25% Due Date Monday 20th September at 10:00 AET – Enterthis

Read More »

ASSIGNMENT – 1st Evaluation

ASSIGNMENT – 1st Evaluation Date of Submission- 4TH SEP 2023 25 MARKS COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW Q. You are the new Central Minister for Urban Development who is keen to make major Indian cities as smart cities. You visit different countries like USA, UK, European Countries, Japan and other developed countries

Read More »

Corporate & Financial Due Diligence Report

[Name of the company] Note: Students should keep in mind that application of legal provisions (including Securities Regulations) and analysis of the same is important. Merely putting the facts and figures won’t fetch even a decent mark. Note: Students should only mention the broad area of business. This part should

Read More »

ECON1000 S2 2023 – Marking Guidance and FAQs on GTP

Students will be marked on the extent to which they specifically answer the question and provide clear, logical, well-reasoned and sufficient explanations. Here is a summary breakdown of how marks are allocated in this GTP: Part 1 [15 marks] §  Providing relevant observations from the information provided in the articles

Read More »

ECON1000 S2 2023 – GTP Brief

ECON1000 S2 2023 – GTP Brief A.  Context and Overview The Game Theory Presentation (GTP) is worth 30% of the final mark. GTP is a ‘take-home’ exercise with a set of tasks to do. The GTP is based on Lecture Topics: L1 and L2. You will have twenty (21) days

Read More »

Order #35042 Human Rights Research Essay

Draft due 26th Aug 2,500 words (excluding references and bibliography) Instructions: Structure: Title – The Tigray War: A Critical Analysis of What the Future Holds for Human Rights in the Region What can be done to ensure human rights violations will cease and be prosecuted? Expand on different actors and

Read More »

PMC1000: Applied Pathology

Assessment Task Sheet: Poster Presentation Date: Thursday 31st August 2023 | Weighting: 30% Assessment Task 2 You are required to develop a handout style resource (pamphlet or brochure) on a selected pathological condition which is aimed at first year student paramedics. You will need to use high quality peer reviewed

Read More »

Detailed Information: Reflective Assignment

Indigenous Peoples, Law and Justice Detailed Information: Reflective Assignment Due Date:                   Tuesday 5th September 2023 at 4:00 pm (AWST). Marks:                       30% of the total marks for this unit. Assignment:              The assignment will comprise two questions. Students must answer all parts of both questions. Examinable topics: The cultural immersion exercise and/or

Read More »

Indigenous Peoples, Law and Justice

Indigenous Peoples, Law and Justice Reflective Assignment Questions Instructions: The assignment comprises two questions. Students must answer all parts of both questions. Question 1: The proposed Referendum Question is asking Australians whether the Voice should be established. What is meant by the Voice? In May 2019, Professor Anne Twomey, an

Read More »

Cultural immersion activity

Context of Carrolup To support fellow Australian and truth telling. Third space = a spiritual an mental place, meeting point of many cultures all over the world to communicate and feel safe to merge thought and aspects of everyone’s individual culture to create a sense of what they want the

Read More »

High-Fidelity Mockup Design for a Employer / Company  Review Platform

Demo Task: High-Fidelity Mockup Design for a Employer / Company  Review Platform Project Overview: You are tasked with designing high-fidelity mockups for a  Employer / Company  review platform that serves both employers and employees/users. The platform’s goal is to provide a space where employees can share their experiences and opinions

Read More »


ASSESSMENT COVER SHEET (Please ensure this cover sheet is completed and attached on top of each assessment) QUALIFICATION CODE AND TITLE:  Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery UNIT CODE: BSBSUS401               TITLE: IMPLEMENT AND MONITOR ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE WORK PRACTICES               Student Number   Student Name   Assessor Name   Assessment Name and

Read More »

Data Analysis and Findings

Qualitative data analysis technique called thematic analysis includes reading the data collection and looking for patterns in the meaning of the data to determine the theme. Making sense of the data is an active reflexive process in which the researcher’s personal experience is important. On Instagram, though, any company can

Read More »

PHE5STL: Systems Thinking and Leadership

Assessment 2: Complex problem briefing paper instructions and submission link PHE5STL: Systems Thinking and Leadership Assessment 2: Complex, or messy, problem briefing paper Assignment type Briefing paper/policy advising paper Weighting 20% Word count / length 1,500 words Note: The word count does not included references however does include in-text citations

Read More »

Assessment 1 Week-6: UML Modelling for a shopping mall

Assessment 1(    ) Information and Rubric Subject Code  ICT505 Subject Name  Software Development Assessment Number and Title  Assessment 1 Week-6: UML Modelling for a shopping mall Assessment Type Lab Activity Length / Duration  45 Minutes Weighting %  10% Total Marks  100 Submission Online Submission Due Date Week-6 (Sunday 23:59) Mode

Read More »

The Geopolitical, Economic and Legal Environment  

Faculty of Business and Law Assignment Brief Mode E and R Regulations Module Title: The Geopolitical, Economic and Legal Environment     Assignment Number 2 Module Code: 7010SSL   Assignment Title Macro Analysis Report Module Leader: Dr. Bentil Oduro   Assignment Credits 10           Release Date:

Read More »

Paragraph Template: TEEL Structure

 With this example from the discussion board, you can see Courtney answered the question with all four elements very clearly. This gives a coherent answer using different kinds of information and academic integrity. Bias is a natural behaviour of tendency to be in favour or against something in particular. From

Read More »

Choosing the Perfect Event Theme

Choosing the Perfect Event Theme Theme selection is crucial to creating a memorable and meaningful graduation celebration for the class. This selection should reflect their accomplishments and identities. Graduation marks the end of a long period of hard work, commitment, and personal growth.  Therefore, choosing a theme that effectively captures

Read More »

Can't Find Your Assignment?

Open chat
Free Assistance
Universal Assignment
Hello 👋
How can we help you?