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8 Things You Need To Know About Data Wrangling in R

8 Things You Need To Know About Data Wrangling in R

If you’ve been following along (or not), I’ve been learning to program in R ​with a little help from a friend – Matt Dancho​ – and writing my findings and experiences into a series of blog posts so you can follow along with my progress and maybe try out R ​for yourself. This is the ​third…

Getting Started With R Programming For Data Science

Getting Started With R Programming For Data Science

​Getting started with R programming can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. In this blog post – the first in a series, I show you the very first steps to learning R with confidence. Better still, you can follow along by doing the course with me… Continue Reading

7 Steps To A Kickass Data Science CV

7 Steps To A Kickass Data Science CV

​In this post you’re going to learn how to update your Data Science CV to get the Data Science job of your dreams in 7 kickass steps – even if it’s your first Data Scientist job! Continue Reading

How To Use Statistics To Plan Your Study

How To Use Statistics To Plan Your Study

​Knowing ​how to navigate through statistics to create a plan-of-action for your next study can be difficult. Where do you start? Should you bury your head in the sand and go out and collect your data without having a strategy on how to analyse it? That’s probably not a good way to start – and yet…

19 Essential Tips to Clean Your Dirty Data

19 Essential Tips to Clean Your Dirty Data

Data cleaning is a waste of time. If the data had been collected properly in the first place there wouldn’t be any cleaning to do, and you wouldn’t now be faced with the prospect of weeks of cleaning to get your dataset analysis-ready. Worse still, your boss won’t understand why your analysis report isn’t on his desk…

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