Data Exploration using R

RStudio 1.1.4    |    Intermediate
  • 10 Videos | 44m
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The tool of choice for data science professionals in every modern industry and field, the programming language R has become an essential skill for statistical computing and graphics. It both creates reproducible high-quality analyses and takes advantage of superior graphic and charting capabilities. In this 10-video Skillsoft Aspire course, you will explore data in R by using the dplyr library, including working with tabular data, piping data, mutating data, summarizing data, combining datasets, and grouping data. Key concepts covered in this course include using the dplyr library to load data frames; selecting subsets of data by using dplyr; and how to filter tabular data using dplyr. You will also learn to perform multiple operations by using the pipe operator; how to create new columns with the mutate method; and how to summarize data using summary functions. Next, use the dplyr join functions to combine data. Then learn how to use the group by method from the dplyr library, and how to query data with various dplyr library functions.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • use the dplyr library to load data frames
    select subsets of data using dplyr
    filter tabular data using dplyr
    perform multiple operations using the pipe operator
    create new columns using the mutate method
  • summarize data using summary functions
    use the dplyr join functions to combine data
    use the group_by method from the dplyr library
    query data using various dplyr library functions

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