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Analyzing Students' Mental Health

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Use your data manipulation skills to perform exploratory data analysis on a dataset around student mental health.

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Project Description

Studying abroad can be both exciting and difficult. But what might be contributing to this? One Japanese international university decided to find out!

Use your data manipulation skills to explore the data from a study on the mental health of international students, and find out which factors may have the greatest impact.

Project Tasks

  1. 1
    Use SQL to analyze data and build a project that has a specific solution, with guided tasks.

Technologies

SQL SQL

Topics

Data Management
Jasmin Ludolf HeadshotJasmin Ludolf

Data Science Content Developer, DataCamp

Jasmin is a Content Developer at DataCamp. After ten years as a global marketing manager in the music industry, she recently changed careers to follow her curiosity for data. Her passion is value exchange and making data science accessible to all.
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  • Kendrick S.
    about 1 month

    It was a good exercise to revise the skills I learned from the course.

  • Max G.
    2 months

    I was surprised at myself how quickly I coded my answer correctly. A result of the course track of course, but also the environment to practice is very free so it is very much a fully immersive experience rather than a mere simulacrum.

  • Airton M.
    2 months

    Excellent exercise!

  • Diego R.
    2 months

    Ok

  • Megh M.
    2 months

    n

"It was a good exercise to revise the skills I learned from the course."

Kendrick S.

"I was surprised at myself how quickly I coded my answer correctly. A result of the course track of course, but also the environment to practice is very free so it is very much a fully immersive experience rather than a mere simulacrum."

Max G.

"Excellent exercise!"

Airton M.

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