This class introduces you to the basics of R programming. This is a valuable skill you need to have. With R programming, you solve a specific problem for example by going through the criminal record in the United States. You will learn the necessary R skills to answer basic questions about crime differences in different locations.
We will discuss the functions and data types of R; then we explain how to use vectors and when to use advanced features such as sorting. You will learn how to apply general programming functions such as the "if-else" and "for loop" commands and how to manipulate, analyze and visualize data.
Rather than covering all the R skills, you may need, you'll provide a solid foundation for preparing for lower-level courses later in the series, including concepts such as probability, inference, regression, and learning. Automatic. We'll help you develop a set of skills including R programming, data management with Dplyr, data visualization with ggplot2, UNIX / Linux file organization, git and GitHub version control, and reproducible documents with RStudio.
The demand for experienced data scientists in the field of data science is increasing and this series prepares you to meet the challenges of the real-world data analysis.