Training courses in San Francisco

December 8, 2019
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Jumping Rivers are coming to San Francisco in January 2020! We’ll be running a number of R training courses with Paradigm Data. You can find the booking links and more details over at our courses page. Don’t be afraid to get in contact if you have any questions!

22nd January – Intro to R

This is a one-day intensive course on R and assumes no prior knowledge. By the end of the course, participants will be able to import, summarise and plot their data. At each step, we avoid using "magic code", and stress the importance of understanding what R is doing.

23rd January – Getting to Grips with the Tidyverse

The tidyverse is essential for any data scientist who deals with data on a day-to-day basis. By focusing on small key tasks, the tidyverse suite of packages removes the pain of data manipulation. This training course covers key aspects of the tidyverse, including dplyr, lubridate, tidyr and tibbles.

24th January – Advanced Graphics with R

The ggplot2 package can create advanced and informative graphics. This training course stresses understanding – not just one off R scripts. By the end of the session, participants will be familiar with themes, scales and facets, as well as the wider ggplot2 world of packages.


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