Data Science Boot Camp completed at Ryerson University

July 18, 2016
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I am pleased to update you on the Data Science Boot Camp we ran at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University in Toronto in collaboration with IBM’s www.BigDataUniversity.com. The 9-week long Boot Camp concluded on July 15. 

We received a total of 1,137 registrations and the attendance ranged between 100 to 150 participants each week. 
I have made the resources (software codes, PowerPoints, etc.) available online at https://sites.google.com/site/statsr4us/workshops/datascience. We recorded 24 hours of video, which we will be online soon.
I restricted the hands-on training to R, hence the Boot Camp serves as an introduction to analytics with R. You are welcome to share these resources.

A breakdown of weekly schedule is provided in the following hyperlinked list:

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