Announcing R Course Finder

September 4, 2016
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(This article was first published on R-exercises, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

eye-15699__180Did you ever feel knowing exactly what you wanted, but couldn’t find it in a mountain of information?
We know how you feel… As the mountain of R courses and tutorials continues to get bigger, we need smart tools to quickly find those that meet our needs best.

So, we built the R Course Finder (link).

It contains as of today 86 online courses from 11 different platforms around the web.

r course finder

7 Filters

Moreover, you can search and use any combination of 7 filters to find exactly what you are looking for:

  • Level
  • Content
  • Duration
  • Price
  • Learning tools
  • Institute
  • Platform

Do you want to search through free courses only?
Do you want to find courses on specific topics, such as machine learning?
Are you looking for that course that focuses on Case Studies?
Perhaps you want to learn about a different tutorial platform you didn’t know exist?

Clever search box

Perhaps even better is a clever search box, which shows results immediately while you type. Just give it a try!

search

How you can help to make R Course Finder better

Although 86 courses is quite a bit, we think we can make R Course Finder even better with your help:

  • If you miss an important filter or search functionality, please let us know in the comments below.
  • If you already took one of the courses, please let all of us know about your experiences in the review section, an example is available here.
  • If you miss a course that is not included yet, please post a reminder in the comments and we’ll add it.

And, last but not least: If you like R Course Finder, please share this announcement with friends and colleagues using the buttons below.

 

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