Accelebrate teaches on-site R training classes at client sites throughout the Raleigh area and other North Carolina locations.
R is a powerful language for statistical computing and graphics that runs on all major modern operating systems. In recent years its popularity has grown enormously in a wide range of fields, including biostatistics, finance, sales analytics, and more. It is open-source software governed by the GNU General Public License.
Accelebrate delivers private, customized R Programming training courses to teach your group how to compute statistics and generate charts, graphs, and other data representations. Our instructors have years of intensive field experience and would enjoy tailoring your class to your team's specific needs.
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In Raleigh and elsewhere in North Carolina, we have trained for:
Here is feedback from past students in North Carolina:
It was the best class I have taken in the last couple of years. Comprehensive and well taught.- Michael C, NCLM, Raleigh, NC
Excellent class! Even someone new to Java can follow along because of how well the course is written. Instructor was very knowledgeable and helpful on the subject.- Tanja D, NC State University, Raleigh, NC
The instructor was very knowledgeable and thoroughly imparted the knowledge we requested to our staff.- Ryan W, UNC Wilmington, Wilmington, NC
Most intersting class that I've participated in to-date.- Gary E, 14th Weather Squadron, Asheville, NC
With Accelebrate, you get the training most relevant to your business model!- Anonymous, 14th Weather Squadron, Asheville, NC
Accelebrate’s training classes are available for private groups of 3 or more people at your site or online anywhere worldwide.
Don't settle for a "one size fits all" public class! Have Accelebrate deliver exactly the training you want, privately at your site or online, for less than the cost of a public class.
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