Stanford learning stats inference and R

(Last Updated On: November 17, 2015)
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Stanford learning for stats inference and R

Stanford University Open Learning has a great course if you are trying to learn statistical inference and R. As big data and data science is getting pretty huge, these are the basic skills that you need to get into the game.


See details on this free course here


If you are part of my Daily Digest Blog, you may have noticed that I have been posting more R Programming stories lately. Just like Python, R cannot be ignored. With good tools like RStudio, there are lots of opportunity to advance your trading research and knowledge.


I have made a set of courses for those who want to study R programming algorithms that are popular for trading.


–> You can get details here <—


You can make a one-time payment here for immediate access


You can also join like Quant Elite Membership which includes these courses


If you really want to save money just get an annual membership will get an additional six months for free which will save you $600



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