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R Programming A-Z™: R For Data Science

After enrolling in this course you can Learn Programming In R And R Studio. Data Analytics, Data Science, Statistical Analysis, Packages, Functions, GGPlot2 and more. 4.6 (23,264 ratings), 104105 students enrolled.

R Programming Language Introduction

You'll learn to Navigate in the RStudio interface, make basic graphs, about the basic structure of R including packages, perform basic commands in the R programming language. 4.5 (11,265 ratings), 118181 students enrolled.

Data Science and Machine Learning with R

You'll learn how to Navigate in the RStudio interface, make basic graphs, about the basic structure of R including packages, perform basic commands in the R programming language. 4.5 (11,265 ratings), 118181 students enrolled.

Advanced Analytics In R For Data Science

With this course, you can take your R & R Studio Skills To The Next Level. Data Analytics, Data Science, Statistical Analysis in Business, GGPlot2. 4.6 (4,347 ratings), 34402 students enrolled.

R, ggplot, and Simple Linear Regression

In this course you’ll learn to Create vectors and data frames in R, Plot points and lines with ggplot, Access vectors from data frames, Group with ggplot, etc. 4.4 (2,512 ratings), 28731 students enrolled.

R Programming for Effective Data analysis

You'll learn practical issues in statistical computing which includes programming in R, reading data into R, accessing R packages, writing R functions, debugging, profiling R code, etc. 4.6 (15, 219 ratings), 425625 students enrol...

Statistics with R Specialization

Master in data analysis including inference, modeling, Bayesian approaches. In this course, you'll learn to analyze and visualize data in R and create reproducible data analysis reports. 4.7 (14,208 ratings), 56241 students enroll...

Data Science: R Basics

This course will introduce you to the basics of R programming. You can better retain R when you learn it to solve a specific problem, so you’ll use a real-world data set about crime in the United States. 2,76,623 students already...