Understand the basics of the R language
Work with the R data types and structures
In this 2 hour-long project, you will learn the basics of R programming language. In addition, you will take your first steps in the use of R programming language for Data Analysis. By the end of this 2-hour long project, you will understand how to use the R GUI called R studio. By extension, you will learn the different data types and data structures used in R. Finally, you will learn how to install packages and how to import data sets into the R studio work space. This course is aimed at learners who are looking to get started with the R programming language. There are no hard prerequisites and any competent computer user should be able to complete the project successfully.
In a video that plays in a split-screen with your work area, your instructor will walk you through these steps:
R Overview: What is R and why use R?
R preliminaries: Writing basic R commands
Basic Data Types in R
Data Structures in R: Vectors
Data Structures in R: Matrices
Data Structures in R: Data frames
Data Structures in R: List
Installing Packages in R
Importing data sets into R
Your workspace is a cloud desktop right in your browser, no download required
In a split-screen video, your instructor guides you step-by-step
Thank you for this short beginner's course. I loved the way you have explained it in detail as being very new and had very little knowledge about R programming. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.
The length of the course and the content was good. However, it was very hard to understand the instructor and I had to pause the video many times just to catch up as he seemed to move quickly.
The best R tutorial i've come across so far. The course structure is sequencially well structured and the hands on practice platform and video tutorials are excellent
Awesome course. I appreciate your explanation everything by details and I advise everyone who has just started learning the R language.
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