About this course:
+ 35 Hours
20 Hours Live classes + 15 Hours Project work
Taught by expert industry professionals.
Basics to Advanced
No programming experience? No worries, we start from the basics!
Placement Assistance, Interview Preparation and more
Who is this course for?
Analytics professionals who want to fasten their growth path
IT and Software professionals who are looking to get into the field of Analytics.
Students and graduates who want to start their career with Analytics, or
Anyone who wants to get started with Analytics
No prior knowledge of programming is assumed.
No prior knowledge of any subject is assumed.
It's a four week course. The topics covered are:
Week 1: Background, Getting Started, and Nuts & Bolts
-This week covers the basics to get you started up with R. The Background Materials lesson contains information about course mechanics and some videos on installing R. The Week 1 videos cover the history of R and S, go over the basic data types in R, and describe the functions for reading and writing data. I recommend that you watch the videos in the listed order, but watching the videos out of order isn't going to ruin the story.
Week 2: Programming with R
-Welcome to Week 2 of R Programming. This week, we take the gloves off, and the lectures cover key topics like control structures and functions. We also introduce the first programming assignment for the course, which is due at the end of the week.
Week 3: Loop Functions and Debugging
-We have now entered the third week of R Programming, which also marks the halfway point. The lectures this week cover loop functions and the debugging tools in R. These aspects of R make R useful for both interactive work and writing longer code, and so they are commonly used in practice.
Week 4: Simulation & Profiling
-This week covers how to simulate data in R, which serves as the basis for doing simulation studies. We also cover the profiler in R which lets you collect detailed information on how your R functions are running and to identify bottlenecks that can be addressed. The profiler is a key tool in helping you optimize your programs. Finally, we cover the str function, which I personally believe is the most useful function in R.
How we help you get into Data Science Job?
Resume Preparation: We help you customize your resumes for various jobs.
Mock interviews (Technical + HR Round)
Co-ops & Placement Assistance
Expected Salary for Data Scientists in GTA region:
Contract-based: $45 to $95 per hour incorporated (Based on experience)
Full Time: $80k to $120k yearly (Based on experience)