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R is one of the most commonly used programming languages in data mining and offers great packages and resources for data analysis, visualization, and data science.

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By continuing, you accept our Terms of Use, our Privacy Policy and that your data is stored in the USA.Learn how to code like a programmer in this beginner’s track. First, you’ll learn how to work with common data structures in R like vectors, matrices, and data frames before expanding your skills by mastering conditional statements, loops, and vectorized functions.

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Take the next step to mastering R here. Learn the loops, functions and conditional statements to power your own R scripts.

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Unlock the secrets of writing efficient R code here. Discover benchmarking and profiling and how they can be utilized in parallel programming.

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Sharpen your R skills by learning to write reusable, efficient functions.

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Specify your relationships between functions by learning object-oriented programming.

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Go to courseBecome a master of the data by learning how to use R to import, clean, and manipulate data. Create data visualizations, learn about the most popular R packages and the tidyverse, and answer complex questions with the help of dplyr. You’ll learn to write your own R functions and you’ll perform analysis on real historical data from the United Nations.

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Learn about the powerful collection of R tools, Tidyverse, and explore how you can manipulate and visualize data using the tools dplyr and ggplot 2.

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Practice your knowledge of the tidyverse toolset and learn strategies to solve data errors via the rlang package.

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Deepen your understanding dplyr and complex data questions by learning to combine data across multiple tables.

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Master the grammar of graphics and create meaningful and beautiful data visualizations with ggplot2.

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Build on your knowledge of ggplot2 and learn how to create meaningful explanatory plots using facets, coordinate systems, and statistics.

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Learn to create dynamic reports with R Markdown.

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Learn to use tools like readxl and data.table. to read differently formatted data and import into R.

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Build your skills and learn to dissect and analyze data in any format.

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Learn to quickly and accurately clean data using R.

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Learn to manipulate and analyse Date and Time data using R.

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Go to courseLearn the basics of machine learning for classification before turning your hand to predicting events using linear regression, clustering, and dimensionality reduction with R. You’ll also learn how to use the R tidyverse to generate and evaluate machine learning models, perform cluster analysis and much more.

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Get a clear understanding of how hierarchical and k-means clustering work and how to apply this understanding to extract insights from your data.

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Learn how to ensure your machine learning workflows are streamlined with tidymodels.

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In this course you will gain the knowledge required to use tree-based models and ensembles to make classification and regression predictions with tidymodels.

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Discover the working of the support vector machine (SVM) using an intuitive, visual approach.

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Discover and digest the fundamentals of Bayesian data analysis. How it works, and why it's one of the most versatile and useful tools to have in your data science toolkit.

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