Institute for Data Science and Big Data


The American University Center for Data Science will run the Institute for Data Science and Big Data, a 10 day course for students and working professionals covering the essential basis for doing data science as practiced in the 21st century, from 2 to 11 January 2020 at the American University campus in Washington DC, USA. 

The course will consist of a dynamic mixture of theoretical lectures, group assignments, and guest lectures from data science leaders working within Washington’s unparalleled mixture of government, academia, and business.

Statistical topics include: exploratory methods, graphics, regression, machine learning, ensembles, clustering analysis, and Bayesian approaches. Specific technical skills including: R, Python, Pandas, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, API Interactions, Social Media Mining, SQL, Tableau, GitHub, and more.

More information about attending the course is available here

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