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 contains links to course details for: *Introduction to Modern R*, *R for SAS, SPSS and Stata Users,* *Managing Data with 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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