New: Traditional Chinese Translation of Intro to R

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New Free Course: Introduction to R in Traditional Chinese

The DataCamp team is thrilled to announce that our Introduction to R course has been generously translated by our friend and DataCamp user Tony Yao-Jen Kuo to Traditional Chinese! Tony holds an M.B.A. from the National Taiwan University where he lectures on Data Science and R. The course is part of our open course offering making it free for everyone! By completing in-browser coding challenges, you will experiment with the different aspects of the R language in real time, and you will receive instant and personalized feedback that guides you to the solution. We greatly appreciate Tony’s efforts translating the course and making educational material for R more accessible to people around the world.

Introduction to R in Chinese

What you’ll learn – in Chinese

This free introduction to R tutorial will help you master the basics of R. In six sections, you will cover its basic syntax, preparing you to undertake your own first data analysis using R. Starting from variables and basic operations, you will learn how to handle data structures such as vectors, matrices, lists and data frames. No prior knowledge in programming or data science is required. In general, the focus is on actively understanding how to code your way through interesting data science tasks.

Intro to R in Chinese Start Course

Create your own course

Want to create your own translation of Introduction to R? With DataCamp Teach, you can easily create your own interactive courses for free. Use the same system DataCamp course creators use to develop their courses, and share your R or Python  knowledge with the rest of the world. You just write your interactive exercises in simple markdown files, and DataCamp uploads the content to your course for you. This makes creating a DataCamp course hassle-free.

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