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Some comments from our community college department are that teaching something like R while teaching stats is a “fool’s errand”, which is discouraging. I think some exposure to R is a good skill for a student’s resume. Do you have an suggestions for a good point in the term to teach R, and how much should one teach?
What about electronic homework platforms? Do open source texts have such things? That's certainly a big draw for the costs of other programs.
I love this!
Is there any talk about adding python?
Thank you! I can tell those tutorials took a lot of work.
And having each pair of students plot their randomization statistic on a class dotplot to see the distribution and where the center is...!
Could you say, in a nutshell, how such an intro data science course is different than intro stats? (I feel kinda dumb asking, but...)
Modern Dive in Statistics, Kim and Ismay modern dive.com
Thanks, Mine! (and Danny) I’m a big fan. :)
Thank you so much; makes me so aware of all my deficiencies, but that's ok -- just gotta learn!