Just to complain a bit. But also probably somebody will be able to make more use of it than me.
By the end of summer I had a perfectly minimalistic learning plan for the autumn: R and Statistics. Isn’t it sweet? Just that and nothing else at least till December. Well, and a tiny bit of Python (Codecademy) at the background.
And here are some of the courses that turned up out of the blue right as soon as I started implementing my Perfect Plan.
- Learning from Data at edX, began on September, 30
- Social Network Analysis at Coursera, begins on October, 7
- An iteration of Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python at Coursera. A course I failed to finish last spring because I got enrolled in School of Data Mission. Begins on October, 7
The Future of Storytelling at some Iversity (a new US MOOC platform, as far as I understand). Not sure it’s worth watching, but might be worth having a look at. Begins on October, 25UPD. Has begun. No, definitely not worth wasting time on. I don’t mean the course is bad – I don’t know. But not what I think I need now.
- Data Analysis at Coursera, begins on October, 28
Not to mention the upcoming (not sure when exactly, but this autumn) new iteration of School of Data MOOC (Data Explorer Mission).
Feel like Horrid Henry.
UPD. A new iteration of Python Mechanical MOOC is starting on October 21. Bingo!