R training: Visualization, Big Data, Data Mining, and Marketing Analytics

August 2, 2012

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

Revolution Analytics is hosting several live and online courses over the next couple of months that will be of interest to R users looking to hone their skills:

  • Visualization in R with ggplot2. Garrett Grolemund and Winston Chang instruct how to use the ggplot2 package to make, format, label and adjust graphs using R. (August 28, Redwood City, CA.)
  • Big Data Analytics with RevoScaleRJared Lander provides training on how to take advantage of the capabilities of RevoScaleR for high performance analytics on big datasets. (September 6-7, online.)
  • Intro to R for Data Mining. Joseph Rickert teaches a class with a combination of lecture and labs to instruct students on how to effectively use R for Data Mining. (September 13 & 20, online.)
  • Analytics for Marketing. Allan Engelhardt will give participants an overview of the key techniques used in direct marketing for analysing customer data. (September 25-28, online.)

Click the links above for full course descriptions and pricing and registration information. And check out the Revolution Analytics R training for more live and online courses on offer.

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