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R versus Python

R versus Python

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Hi.  Are the free courses more oriented towards Python than R?  Are you more of a Python-oriented place than R?
 
Jerry

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Hi,
Your intuition is correct – our content is extensively focused on Python as it has proven to be the most popular coding language in the industry.
Best,
Ned

365 Team
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Hi there,
Almost all of our courses are oriented towards Python. You can check that out here: https://365datascience.com/courses/
All courses whose thumbnails are in yellow are based on Python.
Best,
The 365 Team

Hello, I didn’t want to submit a new question as I think this post is very related to what I want to ask. I see that the program is heavily focused on python and also in tools integration (like SQL + Tableau), although you are heavily python-based, you have an introduction to R course, is there a way to integrate python and R? is there something that R does better than python, so R can complement python? cause I don’t want to lose time learning the same thing twice (like tidyverse for data prep if I can do it with pandas)