Fundamentals of R
The course is part of this learning path
The last section offers a brief summary, and provides you with some next steps in your journey in R.
The objectives of this module are to provide you with and understanding of what you should look in to next in your journey with R.
Aimed at all who wish to learn the R programming language.
No prior knowledge of R is assumed
Delegates should already be familiar with basic programming concepts such as variables, scope and functions
Experience of another scripting language such as Python or Perl would be an advantage
Understanding mathematical concepts will be beneficial
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- I hope you enjoyed learning about the fundamentals of Arc. Going forwards, I hope you continue using all the data structures. You now know the difference between an array and a list, and that a data frame will factorize character columns. Remember that creating plots can use a simple function, with many parameters, in order to create layers. To continue your development, QA offers courses in big data, data science, machine learning, and statistics for data analysis. Thank you.
About the Author
Kunal has worked with data for most of his career, ranging from diffusion markov chain processes to migrating reporting platforms.
Kunal has helped clients with early stage engagement and formed multi week training programme curriculum.
Kunal has a passion for statistics and data; he has delivered training relating to Hypothesis Testing, Exploring Data, Machine Learning Algorithms, and the Theory of Visualisation.
Data Scientist at a credit management company; applied statistical analysis to distressed portfolios.
Business Data Analyst at an investment bank; project to overhaul the legacy reporting and analytics platform.
Statistician within the Government Statistical Service; quantitative analysis and publishing statistical findings of emerging levels of council tax data.
Structured Credit Product Control at an investment bank; developing, maintaining, and deploying a PnL platform for the CVA Hedging trading desk.