Great course. If you put in a little effort, you will come out with a lot of new knowledge. I recommend using the book after you have seen the movies. It gives a deeper picture of how it works. Great!
This course by Professor Çetinkaya-Rundel is awesome because it is taught in a very clear and vivid way. Lab section and forum are so dope that I love them so much! Definitely strong recommendation!!!
By Ibe L•
This course is awesome (Course 1 & 2 have been great so far). You get better at using R while also learning Inferential Statistics. Would 100% recommend.
By Srinivasan K•
I have found relevant examples which has explained the concepts very good. Even though the subject is heavy the instructor has kept it very interesting
By Arvind M•
One of the best courses on statistics available online. Exercise/Assignment at the end of each module is quite hands on and helps to implement leanings.
By Badrinath J•
The instructor is amazing. I wish I had such instructor in my school. I love this course. 5/5. I am new to stats, and I feel like I have strong basics.
By Magdalena B•
I liked the course very much. Statistics is not easy (at least for me), but I found that the lectures were very well prepared, organized and explained.
By Erik F•
While there is a lot of material in this course, it was taught very well and had good learning material in the accompanying book and practice problems.
By Luv S•
Great course. Professor Mine is amazing as usual. She has a really good knack of breaking down difficult concepts and drilling it into your brain.
By Ripple S•
I can feel that the tutors put lots of effort into the course. I learnt a lot from it. Thank you so much. Looking forward to your other courses.
By Tomasz J•
Very good. There could be more about creation of contingency tables in R which is required for summary statistics in EDA and in the final test!
Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel is one of the greatest instructor that I'have ever met in online coursing.Her English is ver clear and descriptive.10/10
By Yashu S•
Best place to strengthen your basic concepts of inferential statistics. It has been a year since I took this course and I still refer it often.
By Christopher T•
Overall great course. The videos were extremely helpful in learning the material. The labs and project were well put together to help learn R.
By Pamela W•
This course really helped set up a foundation in inference that I feel like I've missed in other classes I've taken. This was great! Thanks!
By Mrinalini S•
This is a very well structured and taught course. It is difficult so make sure to dedicate lots of time for videos, practice, and revisions.
By Zohaib S•
Very comprehensive and informative. Must for someone who wants to learn all the statistics required to start his/her career in data science.
By Charlotte C•
This is the second in the series with professor Çetinkaya-Rundel. She explains everything very well and makes the subject fascinating.
By priyesh s•
This course is super and explained so well by the professor. I would recommend this course to anyone who has interest in data science
very good course, I have learned a lot of ideas about inference, the project for every week helps students to learn R quickly!
By Jalal A•
If you want to learn inferential statistics and get a clear understanding of the mechanics inside it, dive right into course.
So appreciate to the teacher. And I'd like to use the method I learn from class, to solve my individual study of statistics.
By Saiful S M S•
Clear & concise; maybe could expand or give alternative R packages to practice on that can be used in inferential statistics
By shaghaiegh s•
I am eventually understanding statistical concepts, and realizing delicate differences between similar concepts and methods.
By JUAN S P P•
I've learned a lot in this course, the videos and examples from the book are interesting to wide my knowledge in inference.
By BULUAG, M K (•
This site have a big advantages to us especially during these days we have difficulty in learning despite of having covid.
By Heloísa D F•
This course is great. I recommend it specially for those who have a hard time understanding the central limit theorem.