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Julia for Absolute Beginners

Learn to perform simple data analysis and data visualization tasks in Julia
Nov 2022

Get started learning to use Julia for data science! You'll get to know the basics of the language and perform simple data analysis and data visualization tasks.

Key Takeaways

  • Perform simple data analysis and data visualization tasks in Julia

  • Install and use Julia packages

  • Find help and resources

Materials

Link to notebooks

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