Learn programming for data science from the best
Coding has become a necessary skill for today’s researchers to collect, organize, analyze, visualize, and communicate their data. Yet most of us are never trained in these vital skills. At Code Horizons, we help you learn the coding skills you need to take your work to the next level.
January 4-5, 2024
This introductory course will help you learn how to convert SPSS workflow into R code from the perspective of an instructor who is a long-time user of both programs.
January 11-13, 2024
This seminar will help you learn the basics for understanding, building, and analyzing agent-based models.
January 25-27, 2024
This course will provide an introduction to text-as-data methods, including how they work, how they can be applied, and common pitfalls to avoid.
February 1-3, 2024
This seminar will provide you with a comprehensive (applied) understanding of large language transformer models (LLMs) for research applications.
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Statistical coding courses from top instructors
Code Horizons coding instructors are recognized experts in their fields of study. They have each published extensively and have many years of experience in research and coding. Most importantly, they are demonstrably excellent instructors with the skills to present coding methods in an efficient, stimulating, and easy-to-follow manner to participants from all disciplines and backgrounds.
Learn R, Python and data science online
Code Horizons will help you learn the coding skills necessary to collect, organize, analyze, visualize, and communicate data through our online coding courses. Our short seminars are designed to provide straightforward and thorough instruction, and cover a variety of essential coding topics, such as Workflow of Data Analysis, Statistics with R, and Python for Data Analysis.
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New Blog Post
How can models help us learn about human behavior? Paul Smaldino answers this question in his new book, Modeling Social Behavior. Check out a preview on the Code Horizons blog.
Join Christopher L. Aberson, Ph.D., for our newest “mini” course Jan. 4-5. This course is for SPSS users who want to move to the R environment with a minimal learning curve.
Welcome Jesse Gronsbell, who will teach Introduction to the Analysis of Electronic Health Records on February 29-March 2.