[R] R programming
shivibhatia at ymail.com
Sat May 23 06:53:55 CEST 2015
Courses offered from Coursera & EDX are very informative and carry details
However I agree with your point that these courses are very fast paced &
sometimes very technical in nature. (I found the same when I went for Linear
I have also recently started learning R and enrolled for free courses at
DataCamp is fabulous and it really helped me to build a very sound base in
R. There are various courses available ranging from Statistical analysis to
regression, Data analysis, graphical presentation and what not.
Hence I would highly recommend enrolling for DataCamp without any hiccup.
Once you find you are pretty comfortable with the basics of R you might want
to get enrolled for the paid courses as well as I have done and these course
will only add value to your profile and as an individual.
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