DataCamp Access for Researchers, Spring Quarter
DataCamp is an online service with over 200 self-paced, interactive courses on using R, Python, and SQL for data analysis.
DataCamp subscriptions for researchers are funded by Research Computing Services, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Galter Health Sciences Library and Learning Center, and a grant from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund.
PhD students, faculty, and postdocs interested in learning or improving their data analysis skills in support of their research are eligible for access. Undergraduates, master's degree students, and staff may request access if engaged in a relevant research project with a faculty sponsor or supervisor, or via special arrangement.
Space is limited, and access is provisioned on a quarterly basis. Priority is given to those who have not previously had access to DataCamp through this program when demand exceeds the number of spots available.
DataCamp can be used for free as part of a university course. Instructors can request access for their students. See this link for details.
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