A Data Science Central Community
Course and program costs are listed on each registration site. The Course Calendar shows a day-by-day, week-by-week schedule of all courses and programs.
9-Month Program: R-Courses.org: World-wide 24/7 online access to our entire inventory of R and PLS courseware, with all exercises, data sets, R script, class slides, and documentation. R-Courses.org community features include: (1) R-users' Forum; (2) course-level chat; (3) user profiles; and (4) R-user networking capabilities. As of July 16: Students, Faculty, or Practitioners: $295 for 24/7 access through May 15, 2013 (However, $295 cost includes download access to all of our R and PLS software available by August 17). Through July 15: $110 for any individual, student, faculty, or practitioner using discount code 'june'.
Current 2012-2013 courses list:
Analysis and Design of Complex Surveys with R
Base and Grid Graphics in R
Comprehensive Statistical Research Analyses with R (lease download)
Data Manipulation and Transformation with R (lease download)
Fundamentals of using R (lease download)
ggplot2 Graphics (lease download)
GLMs and GAMs with R (lease download)
Intermediate R Programming for Numerical Simulation
Introduction to Data Mining with R
Introduction to Graphics Capabilities in R (lease download)
Introduction to R Programming for Numerical Simulation (lease download)
Lattice Graphics (lease download)
Linear Mixed-Effects Models with R
PLS Path Modeling with R (lease download)
PLS Path Modeling with SmartPLS and WarpPLS (lease download)
Programming GUIs for R Applications
SAS and SPSS Users Moving to R
9-Month Program: Registration open for AM sections of expanded 10-monthFundamentals of Using R Boot Camp. Program includes participation in: (1) 3-month, 11-session, live online Fundamentals of R fall course; (2) live online SAS and SPSS Users Moving to R fall mini-course; (3) 10-month 24/7 access to all R-Courses.org R courseware, materials and R user community features; and (4) live online "elective" 8-week spring 2013 course of your choosing. Early registration (through July 31): Students: $595; Faculty: $695; Practitioners: $795.
A little confused by the difference between the top "$110" 9-month program, and the bottom $595+ program?
Simply put, I am very interested in the $110 promotion program, but what does it exactly include?
all the courseware including video, exercises, etc.? Does it include the video download (mp4)?
And, What does it NOT include, compared to the $595 program?