Created by:   Johns Hopkins University

  • Roger D. Peng, PhD

    Taught by:    Roger D. Peng, PhD, Associate Professor, Biostatistics

    Bloomberg School of Public Health

  • Brooke Anderson

    Taught by:    Brooke Anderson, Assistant Professor, Environmental & Radiological Health Sciences

    Colorado State University
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LevelIntermediate
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Course 3 of Specialization
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 of 23 ratings

Very good course for intermediate/advanced R users. Sad that you are elegible to do assignments only if you pay.

I liked the course a lot since it is actually covering most of the things related to the package development. Nevertheless, I still feel (the same as with the previous classes) that authors could have spent more time building the course materials as many chapters are very brief and if I hadn't had the past experience with some of the topics, I wouldn't have any idea what the course is telling me (e.g. merge conflicts in git).

This course provides useful knowledge in building R packages, as well as opportunities to implement our knowledge. However, as the previous courses in the series, the last module (week) is extremely challenging compared to the previous ones.