DataCamp Student & Academic Plan ($9/month)

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To promote the usage of R within data analysis, DataCamp just launched a special plan for students and academics. Every student, and every individual active in academics, can now access the DataCamp R Training path for just $9/month (normally $25/month). So for just $9 you can start learning all about data manipulation, r programming, data visualization, big data, and more.What will you get? DataCamp offers hands-on data science courses by leveraging partnerships with best-in-class academic institutions (Princeton, Duke and University of Washington) and companies like Revolution Analytics and RStudio. Over 100,000 data scientists are active on DataCamp, and completed over 3.9 million exercises. The student and academic plan gives you all the advantages and perks of the normal plan. This means:

  • Access to all current and future interactive course content.
  • Access to all our video material.
  • Statement of accomplishment send by email after every course.
  • No contract or commitment. You can cancel at any time.

So for just $9/month every student and academic can start learning about data manipulation, R programming, data visualization, big data, and more. Make sure to check it out.academic promotion

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