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Andrew Conway

Princeton University

 

Start: 3 September 2012 (6 weeks long)
Workload: 4-6 hours/week
Statistics, Data Analysis, and Scientific Computing

 

Statistics One is designed to be a friendly introduction to very simple, very basic, fundamental concepts in statistics.

 

Statistics One is designed to be a friendly introduction to very simple, very basic, fundamental concepts in statistics. This course is, quite literally, for everyone. If you think you can't learn statistics, this course is for you. If you had a statistics course before but feel like you need a refresher, this course is for you. Statistics One also provides an introduction to the R programming language. All the examples and assignments will involve writing code in R and interpreting R output. R software is free! It is also an open source programming language. What this means is you can download R, take this course, and start programming in R after just a few lectures. Statistics may seem like a foreign language, and in many ways it is. The ultimate goal of Statistics One is to get people all over the world to speak this language. So consider this your first course in a new and exciting universal language!


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