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Data Analytics using R

Data analytics has emerged as one of the most important new areas with high demand in industry. R, an open source domain specific language (DSL) focused on data analytics, has grown in importance and usage in corporations, because it is free to use, and is being constantly improved to include the latest statistical techniques from experts around the world. This course helps students develop proficiency in data analytics using R for statistical inference, regression, predictive analytics, data mining, and Text mining: analyzing twitter and social network data. It combines lectures, hands-on exercises, business case discussions, and student presentations in a professional environment.

Prerequisites:

Prerequisite: OPIM 5604

Minimum Credits: 3.00

Maximum Credits: 3.00

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