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Students - You'll know how and why use R for data science and machine learning
- You'll get practical tips and advise on Data Scientist's career
- You'll work on practical tasks and examine case studies to fully understand the fundamentals of R programming
- You'll be able to use the core features and packages of R

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56:59

Introduction To Data Scientist

12:31

How to switch your career into ML part 1

14:56

How to switch your career into ML part 2

03:31

22:41

Course Curriculum Overview

22:41

26:15

Introduction to R

15:07

Setting up R

11:08

55:14

R Operator

13:45

R Conditional Statement & Loop

12:02

R Programming - R Function #1

13:20

R Programming - R Function #2

10:10

R Programming - R Function #3

05:57

49:23

An Introduction of R Data Structure + Vector

11:13

Matrix, Array and Data Frame

14:37

A Deep Drive to R Data Frame

13:02

Factor

04:12

R Data Structure - List

06:19

32:16

Import CSV Data in R

09:26

Import Text Data in R

03:19

Import Excel, Web Data in R

12:47

Export Data in R - Text

02:37

Export Data in R - CSV & Excel

04:07

1:33:49

Data Manipulation - Apply Function

13:15

Data Manipulation - select

11:46

Data Manipulation - mutate

14:28

Data Manipulation - filter

14:11

Data Manipulation - arrange

09:38

Data Manipulation - Pipe Operator

08:30

Data Manipulation - group by

11:26

Data Manipulation - Date

10:35

2:10:04

Introduction to Data Visualiztion & Scatter Plot

12:01

Data Visualization - mfrow

07:37

Data Visualization - pch

12:30

Data Visualization - Color

01:19

Data Visualization - Line Chart

03:21

Data Visualization - Bar Plot

07:05

Data Visualization - Pie Chart

06:43

Data Visualization - Histogram

07:06

Data Visualization - Density Plot

02:26

Data Visualization - Box Plot

05:01

Data Visualization - Mosaic Plot and Heat Map

07:59

Data Visualization - 3D Plot

10:39

Correlation Plot and Word Cloud

09:02

Data Visualization - ggplot2 Part 1

14:03

Data Visualization - ggplot2 Part 2

08:08

Data Visualization - ggplot2 Part 3

15:04

2:02:57

Introduction To Statistics Part 1

13:25

Introduction To Statistics Part 2

08:53

Introduction To Statistics Part 3

14:55

Introduction To Statistics Part 4

04:15

Introduction To Statistics Part 5

15:10

Introduction To Statistics Part 6

08:21

Introduction To Statistics Part 7

15:04

Introduction To Statistics Part 8

10:45

Introduction To Statistics Part 9

10:24

Introduction To Statistics Part 10

14:34

Introduction To Statistics Part 11

07:11

41:58

Hypothesis Testing Part 1

10:08

Hypothesis Testing Part 2

11:28

Hypothesis Testing Part 3

14:21

Hypothesis Testing Part 4

06:01

2:14:01

Hypothesis Testing in Practice Part 1

15:04

Hypothesis Testing in Practice Part 2

09:36

Hypothesis Testing in Practice Part 3

14:16

Hypothesis Testing in Practice Part 4

12:36

Hypothesis Testing in Practice Part 5

10:29

Hypothesis Testing in Practice Part 6

13:46

Chi Square Part 1

11:19

Chi Square Part 2

14:57

ANOVA Part 1

12:30

ANOVA Part 2

14:20

What we discussed in the chapter so far?

05:08

26:31

Machine Learning Toolbox Part 1

14:00

Machine Learning Toolbox Part 2

12:31

12:51

Business Case Understanding

12:51

1:24:14

Data Pre-Processing part 1

14:45

Data Pre-Processing part 2

14:29

Data Pre-Processing part 3

10:25

Data Pre-Processing part 4

09:39

Data Pre-Processing part 5

12:33

Data Pre-Processing part 6

07:19

Data Pre-Processing part 7

15:04

3:06:14

Linear Regression part 1

11:47

Linear Regression part 2

14:23

Linear Regression part 3

20:21

Linear Regression part 4

19:02

Linear Regression part 5

25:00

Linear Regression part 6

15:02

Linear Regression part 7 - Correlation Part 1

14:31

Linear Regression part 7 - Correlation Part 2

13:44

Linear Regression part 8 - Stepwise Regression

12:52

Linear Regression part 9 - Stepwise Regression

16:03

Linear Regression part 10 - Dummy Variable

12:34

Linear Regression part 11 - Non Linear

10:55

13:29

Classification Overview

13:29

1:11:26

Logistics Regression Intuition

14:04

R Code Implementation Part 1

05:09

R Code Implementation Part 2

10:37

Model Evaluation

12:28

Telecom Churn Case Study

22:27

Summary

06:41

40:13

K-NN Intuition

13:26

K-NN R Code Implementation

12:48

K-NN Case Study

13:59

45:18

SVM - Intuition

08:44

SVM - R Code Implementation

08:22

SVM - Model Tuning

09:00

SVM - Telecom Case Study

07:56

SVM - Non Separable Case and Pros and Cons

07:27

SVM Chapter summary

03:49

36:46

Naive Bayes - Intuition

19:56

Naive Bayes - R Code Implementation

08:25

Naive Bayes - Case Study

08:25

1:06:18

Decision Tree Intuition

14:54

Decision Tree - How it works

07:40

Decision Tree - R Code Implementation

13:44

Decision Tree - Pruning

15:36

Decision Tree - Case Study

14:24

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Realistic examples will help you answer both, “how” and “why” learn R for data science. In this 30+ hours data science course you’ll make use of 100+ pieces of study material as well as code templates, so you can put your hands on R easier and saving your time.

- When you learn R programming from scratch with me, you’ll start from the fundamentals of how data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence are beneficial in the modern world.
- I’ll explain the value of your decision to learn data science from scratch and share my experience and tips on career switching in data science.
- I’ll make sure you’re clear with such fundamentals as importing/exporting your data with R.
- You’ll also see the benefits of the dplyr package for easy data manipulation, and you’ll see why ggplot2 is so suitable for data visualization.
- We’ll explore things like data visualization, data manipulation, R’s conditional statements.

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Now, I know there’s no one single programming language that will suit any needs. It’s just life. I can only tell you that Google exploits R at assessing ad effectiveness and making economic forecasts. Facebook uses R for user’s behavior analysis. Twitter's team does data visualization with R, too. Microsoft, AirBnB, Uber and other big names are also hiring R-competent data scientists, so it seems like a good idea to take a data science course in 2019 and learn programming with R. Trust me to guide you through: learn R from scratch, dip your toes into data science and discover machine learning with R.

- No prior knowledge is required to enrol this course
- Software and data needed in the course will be provided for free

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