Individuals who have a basic statistical and analytical background. It is best suited for those with the capability of leveraging applied science with R. Participants should be able to utilize these skill sets to conduct data visualization, data analysis, and statistical/predictive models, besides, present final reports by different R functions and packages.
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- This certification test could be taken anytime and anywhere, but you may only take it once, and the time duration for the exam is 2hr.
Pass the Test and Get Certification
- You will receive your grade via email within 1 week of submitting your test.
- You need to get at least 90% to pass this test.
- Congratulations! You will get our certification if you pass the test.
Exam duration – 2 hour
- 1 hour technical questions
- 1 hour project challenge
Basic Theory: Statistics, Probability, Data Mining, Data Processing, Data Visualization, Machine Learning modeling
Tools and Software Requirements: R
Prerequisite Skills: Ability to utilize R to generate data visualization reports through implementing data control, data processing, data cleaning, analysis, modeling and related tasks.
- Foundations of R (data types, data frames, loops, basic graphs)
- Data Manipulation Packages (dplyr, tidyr)
- Data Visualization Packages(ggplot2, Rshiny)
- Basic Machine Learning (Linear Regression, Logistic Regression, Decision Tree, Random Forest…)