Data science online courses

I'm interested in learning Data Science using R and tidyverse.
I have come across various online courses on platforms like Udemy and Coursera.
Could you recommend any specific course?
I already have a good understanding of dplyr and tidyr, so I feel that some of the topics covered in the online courses might be too basic for me.
I also have intermediate-level skills in using ggplot.
Have you taken any online courses yourself?
Thank you for your insights and time.
Wishing you a great day.

This one just started. I took it a few years ago the first time it was offered. It developed out of a course aimed at incoming grad students in the life sciences. The online, free text is also available on Amazon and is worth having for reference for those times you have too many windows open. Irizarry is easy to follow, paces well and doesn’t assume you know anything about R that he hasn’t already covered. I took the certificate version and spent around 10 hours a week.

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Well, there are lots of courses available online, you can take anyone of them and can start learning Data Science.
On the behalf of my personal experiences I will suggest you to go with any one of them which are listed below.

  1. Data Science and Visualization with R on Coursera: Offered by Duke University, this course focuses on using R for data visualization, exploratory data analysis, and statistical modeling. It covers topics such as data manipulation with dplyr, data visualization with ggplot2, and building predictive models.

  2. Data Science and Machine Learning Bootcamp with R on Udemy: This course by Jose Portilla covers a wide range of topics in data science using R, including the tidyverse, dplyr, tidyr, and ggplot2.

Well, I have taken its reference from here where author listed top 10 courses.with detailed information.
I hope it will help you.
Happy Learning

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Thanks for your comments.
I will help me a lot.
Thanks again.

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