New courses from R gurus

May 14, 2012

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

Looking to learn R, or to expand your R skills for data visualization or package development? Here are some R courses presented by the experts you may be interested in:

June 19-20Visualization in R with ggplot2. This course presented by Garrett Grolemund & Dr. Winston Chang of Rice University is also a web-based course with live presentation. This course provides instruction on data visualization with R, including data transformation, visualization of Big Data and polishing graphics for presentation.  

June 21-22 (in New York City) and June 28-29 (in Redwood City, CA): R Development Master Class is an in-person, in-depth R course presented R package author and professor Hadley Wickham. This two-day course offers expert instruction in R programming and package development, and is ideal for anyone looking to hone their R development skills with expert instruction.

June 26-29: An Introduction to R for SAS, SPSS, and Stata Users. This course will be presented by Bob Muenchen, author of R for SAS and SPSS users and R for Stata Users. This course will let you build on your existing statistical software skills to learn the R language — all without leaving your desk. The course features live presentation and student/teacher interaction via a web-based course delivery system.

For more information about these courses (including pricing and registration), please follow the link below.

Revolution Analytics: Public Training Courses

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