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Learn R for Business Analytics from Basics

Know basics of Business Analytics ?! Work-out those skills further on R-platform. Learn R for BA over a weekend !

4.05 / 5.0
22257 students1 hours 43 minutes

Created by Analytics 17, offered on Udemy

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7.2/10

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8.7/10

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Overall score

6.6/10

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Description

Newly Launched Course!

R is the new and fastest growing Business Analytics platform. R shall become (if it hasn't already become) one of the most used Business Analytics tool. It is giving strong competition to giants like SAS, SPSS and other erstwhile business analytics packages.

This course is designed specifically for someone who knows basics of Business Analytics and wants to learn implementation of those skills on R platform.

The course is designed considering the busy schedule of learners. It has power pack content for about 90 mins. If you practice along with learning (which is highly recommended) then you shall take about 1-2 days to complete the course.

You will learn how to perform all the analytical tasks required to develop a "Losses prediction model in R" from scratch. This means that you will be working on:

  • Downloading and Installing R in your machine
  • Getting familiar with R environment
  • Loading important packages in R
  • Start writing your first code in R
  • Import Data in R and perform exploration and transformation activities
  • Do plots in R to understand data distribution
  • Write your own macro functions
  • Run correlation and regression in R and analyse model results

By the end of the course you shall be confident and equipped with all the knowledge required to perform analytical activities in R.

If you want to learn Business Analytics or SAS language, then our other course "Business Analytics for Beginners: Using SAS" shall be the best fit for you.

What you will learn

  • Know how R can be leveraged in Business Analytics
  • Download and Install R in your machine
  • Get familiar with R environment
  • Load important packages into R
  • Import Data in R and perform exploration and transformation activities
  • Perform bivariate analysis and plot charts in R to understand data distribution
  • Run Macros / write functions in R
  • Run correlation and regression in R and analyse model results

Requirements

  • A decent quality laptop / desktop where R can be installed
  • Prior coding knowledge not mandatory
  • Knowledge of Business Analytics is not mandatory to learn R concepts but recommended if you want to infer analytical test results
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  • Price: Free
  • Platform: Udemy
  • Language: English
  • 1 hours 43 minutes
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