R Programming Certification Training

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About Course

The essential foundation of your future profession in R Certification, R Programming acknowledges the need for a high-quality training program together with real-time implementation exposure. R is a widely used open-source programming language for statistical computing and data analysis. R typically includes a command-line interface. R is accessible on popular operating systems like Windows, Linux, and macOS. The newest cutting-edge technology is the R programming language. Best Instruction.

R Programming Training Course Syllabus

Introduction to R
Installation of R
Working with R-Studio
Basic setup in R

✔ Loading Packages
✔ Installing Packages
✔ Unloading Packages

Basic Data Types in R Programming

✔ Integer
✔ Double
✔ Logical
✔ Character

Arithmetic Operators
Logical Operators
Data Structures in R Programming

✔ Vectors
✔ Lists
✔ Matrix
✔ Data Frames
✔ Arrays

Indexing and Slicing of Data
Loading of Data from Files

✔ CSV Files
✔ Excel Sheets
✔ Databases
✔ SAS Files
✔ SPSS Files
✔ STATA Files
✔ URL Etcs

Basic statistical Analysis

✔ Min, Max, Range
✔ Mean, Median
✔ variance,
✔ Standard Deviation
✔ Quantiles
✔ Categorical Values

Data Manipulation Package


Data Cleansing Package


Data Visualization
Advanced-Data visualization

✔ ggplot2
✔ Lattice

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R Programming Training FAQ'S

What is R Programming?

At the University of Auckland in New Zealand, Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman developed R, an interpreted programming language. It is a software environment used to examine graphical displays, reporting, and data modeling. The S programming language is implemented in R and combines with lexical scoping semantics.

Differentiate between vector, List, Matrix, and Data frame.

A vector is a series of data elements of the same basic type. The members in the vector are known as a component.

The R object that contains elements of different types such as numbers, strings, vectors, or another list inside it, is known as List.

A two-dimensional data structure used to bind the vectors from the same length, known as the matrix. The matrix contains the same types of elements.

A Data frame is a generic form of a matrix. It is a combination of lists and matrices. In the Data frame, different data columns contain different data types.

Give names of those packages which are used for data imputation

There are the following packages that are used for data imputation

  • MICE
  • missFores
  • Mi
  • Hmisc
  • Amelia
  • imputeR
Explain initialize() function in R Programming??

This function is used to initialize the private data members while declaring the object.

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What is a Random Walk model?

A random walk is the simplest example of a non-stationary process. A random walk has no specified mean or variance, and strong dependence over time, and its changes or increments are white noise. Simulating random walk in R:

arima.sim(model=list(order=c(0,1,0)),n=40)->rw ts.plot(rw)


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