Ever tried to learn R on your own? It’s not easy.
Most R courses are designed for hardcore quants. This course is different. It’s designed to help the rest of us learn R, the most powerful tool for working with data. It’s the course that I wish I had when I was struggling to learn R.
The course won’t take you on unnecessary detours that are irrelevant to your work. Each lesson gets straight to the point, covering just the right amount of material. And you’ll finish the course with the skills you need to use R for all of your data work.
Don’t take my word for it. Take the word of participants who have taken the course, including one who said:
What I really liked about your course is that all the content was totally relevant to somebody like me whose background is in social science research. I signed up for DataCamp and it is helping me become more familiar with some things, but there is way too much stuff on there for people who want to become data scientists or statisticians. That’s definitely not me.
Or listen to another user, who described himself as “a serial refuser when it comes to R.” Kevin Cahill, Data Officer at UK-based We Are With You, said, “I’ve had so many false starts trying to learn R: my initial excitement at learning something new is quickly dashed by the brick wall of coding. I keep telling myself R is not for non-coders like me and off I slope back to Excel!”
This course is different. To use the words of one of my data heroes, Alberto Cairo, this course doesn’t try to simplify R but it helps clarify the basic skills you need. The step-by-step approach to building skills kept me engaged and learning all the way through. All the while I kept thinking, I know how I can use this in my current job.