Marketing Analytics Using R Training Course 31 October – 04 November 2016

October 2, 2016

(This article was first published on CYBAEA: R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Back by popular demand! We have been asked many times when we would run again the Marketing Analytics Using R training course. We used to do it with Revolution Analytics which is now part of Microsoft but due to client-side commitments we have not had a public course for 2 years.

That has now changed. We are pleased to announce new dates for this popular course with the next training class scheduled for 31 October – 04 November 2016 at a time that could suit participants from Dubai to San Fransisco.

The format of the course is 5 half-day live tutorials delivered using an online classroom platform. This format is chosen so students still have time to do their day-jobs. This means 20 hours of face-time with the teacher plus the opportunity to dive deeper into the technical aspects through homework exercises for which the instructor is available by email or chat.

Register here: Event Registration. Note that there is a generous early bird discount available.

Read more about the course including the outline syllabus here: Marketing Analytics Using R training course

Announcement with some background: LinkedIn announcement

And if you are reading this after this course has finished, contact us to register your interest and be on the mailing list when a new schedule is announced.

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