Upcoming Practical Data Science courses in London, Chicago, Zurich, Oslo and Stockholm

October 13, 2016

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

If you'd like to learn how to run R within Azure Machine Learning and SQL Server, you may be interested in these upcoming 4-day Practical Data Science courses, presented by Rafal Lukawiecki from Project Botticelli.

In this classroom-based course, you will learn machine learning, data mining, some statistics, data preparation, and how to interpret the results. You will also learn how to formulate business questions in terms of data science hypotheses and experiments, and how to prepare inputs to answer those questions. Rafal will share his decade of hands-on experience while teaching you about Azure Machine Learning (Azure ML) which is the foundation of Cortana Analytics Suite, and its highly-visual, on-premise companion, the SQL Server Analysis Services Data Mining engine, supplemented with the free Microsoft R Open and Microsoft R Server software. By the end of this course you will be able to plan and run data science projects.

For more information on the courses and local details, follow the links to the host city below: 

  • 24–27 October 2016: London
  • 7–11 November 2016 (5-day version): Chicago
  • 14–17 November 2016: Zurich
  • 21–25 November 2016: Oslo
  • 28 November – 1 December 2016: Stockholm

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