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What is R?
R is an open source and free programming language that was developed for statistical analysis and production of high-quality graphics. It has long been popular with statisticians and academics who make up part of the large active user community behind R. This community has contributed over 15,000 packages that extend the base functionality of R, making it easy to implement a vast range of techniques for data manipulation, analysis and visualisation. Is R compatible with Microsoft?
Microsoft have recognized the power of R and offer not only their own enhanced distribution of R, Microsoft R Open, but the ability to use R within Microsoft products and services such as Power BI, SQL Server / SQL Server Machine Learning Services and Visual Studio. Microsoft have also developed several packages, including the Microsoft Machine Learning Package for R. Can I run R Scripts in Power BI?This recorded webinar introduces running R Scripts in Power BI. Its worth investing the time to get comfortable with this topic and understand the possible applications for your workplace. This R Script tutorial is free for a limited time.
Remote training at Nexacu, means our team of experienced trainers will deliver your training virtually. With remote learning students can access our usual classroom training courses via video conferencing, ask questions, participate in discussion and share their screen with the trainer if they need help at any point in the course. Students have the same level of participation and access to the trainer as they would in classroom training sessions. Which courses are available if I am working from home?
Currently all of our Public Courses are available to be delivered remotely. Book any course as normal and you will receive login details and instructions the evening before your course.
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