Need R training? I’ve trained well over 500 organizations in how to use R and have received very favorable reviews. I have taught workshops in partnership with the American Statistical Association, DataCamp.com, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, Revolution Analtyics, RStudio.com, Rexer Analytics, and Xerox Learning Services. This page and the *Workshops* menu above contain links to course details for: *Introduction to Modern R*, *R for SAS, SPSS and Stata Users,* *Managing Data with R,* *Machine Learning Using R, and Text Analysis Using R.*

Click here for a slideshow of previous workshops.

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I am a SAS programmer and admin, currently working in a top tier MNC in India. There may occur a situation where the sas codes may have to be migrated to R. For that I need to do an extensive POC. Do you provide training for this? Or can you refer to any materials which I can refer to for achieving my task?

Hi Anirban,

Sorry, I only provide training on the topics listed. I recommend you check with some of the people who do consulting listed here:

https://www.rstudio.com/instructors/.

Cheers,

Bob

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