Introduction to R: Workshop

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Data Visualization & Statistical Analysis

About our program:

The Canadian College of Healthcare and Pharmaceutics is pleased to offer a workshop in R for individuals in Data Science, Statistics, Sociology, Psychology and Clinical Studies among many others. The program will introduce you to basic programming in R and data manipulation and visualization techniques along with useful statistical concepts. This is not just a course but a skill. If you are interested to commence a research career in your field, this course will give you a good start.

We are living in the era of data and now every job requires some expertise of data analysis. This workshop which includes theory and hands-on sessions will provide you training on how to effectively explore the data. If you want to expand your knowledge of general data description and statistics through a Step-by- Step approach, this is designed for you.

Who should take the Workshop:

This unique program is ideal for career:

  • Data Analyst
  • Business analysis
  • Epidemiologist & Researchers
  • Masters & PhD students (all applied fields)
  • Research assistants and data operators
  • Anyone working with data

Program specialty:

  • Convenient class schedule
  • The course involves classroom teaching and assignments
  • Small group of students for individualized attention and best practical learning experience
  • Highly professional certified instructor
  • Special Advantages from a Professional Institution
  • Emphasis on one-to-one support
  • Ongoing career coaching and guidance from experts in the field
  • Mentorship that will help to build valuable personal and professional networks
  • Recommendation letters- for best students
  • Stackable credential
  • Certificate given on successful completion

Course Detail/Duration:

Duration: 2-4 sessions

Format:

  • An overall orientation to R
  • Conducting basic functions in R
  • Reading and writing data files
  • Data manipulation and visualization with R
  • Conducting summary statistics
  • How to deal with missing data
  • Basic statistical analysis
  • R output and interpretation

Fee: For fees, please email info@cchap.ca or call 416-233-7869. Funding and grants are available for eligible students

Schedule:Every month

Contact us:
Canadian College of Healthcare and Pharmaceutics (CCHaP)
5481 Dundas St. West, Suite 201
Toronto, ON – M9B 1B5
Call Us:(416) 233-7869
Call Us:(647) 573-0991
Email:info@cchap.ca
Map:College Location

Accessibility:

Free parking, easily accessible through public transport like subway (Kipling Station) and TTC buses 111, 112,123 and 76, 1, 101 from Mississauga, close to highways.