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Want to learn how a data scientist analyzes data? This data analysis and statistics course will show you how to classify data for better insights and construct models for predicting future trends.
Learning how to effectively and efficiently work within a team and the keys to communicate successfully. This career development course will show you different formats and styles for presenting material, and techniques to improve group collaboration.
Learn how to create “world-ready” software in Part 2 of this computer science course from Microsoft. You will learn UX design basics for a global audience and gain a better understanding about cultural differences that affect software development.
All over the world men and women are trying to get beyond balance and achieve new levels of work-life effectiveness. Learn the concepts and tools behind this movement and create a personal work-life plan.
Learn how to organize and perform statistical inference on high-throughput data. This biology and life sciences course will help you answer biological questions through data analysis.
Learn the physics of lineshapes and discuss line broadening effects, including Doppler effect, sidebands for trapped particles, power broadening, and effects of interactions and collisions.
Learn how to create and interpret quantitative and qualitative models used to find effective solutions to problems. This business management course will teach you practical tools and methods to structure and analyze complex problems.
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