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MATH 650: This is a course on statistical methods for data science with an emphasis on statistical learning. It provides a set of tools for modeling and understanding big and complex data. This course concentrates on applications and practical execution of the methods rather than on mathematical details. Areas discussed include various regression models, classification methods, resampling, non-linear techniques, tree-based analysis, support vector machines, and unsupervised learning. The programming language R will be introduced, and used throughout the course.
Learning R 2 hours 51 minutes
Data Science Foundations: Fundamentals 3 hours 41 minutes
Statistics Foundations: 3 1 hour 41 minutes
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