Data Lit is is a 3 month course designed to help absolute beginners become proficient in Data Science. Each week offers lessons on Data Science fundamentals applied to real-world problems that Data Scientists help solve. After completing this course, start applying for jobs, doing contract work, start your own data science consulting group, or just keep on learning. Remember to believe in your ability to learn. You can learn data science, you will learn data science, and if you stick to it, eventually you will master it. This course starts on January 28,2019. We’re building many, many lectures for each week, expect this curriculum to get much more detailed before the course starts. Sign up now!
- 2 Projects (1 Midterm + 1 Final)
- 1 Weekly assignment
- 12 Weeks
- 10-15 hours per week
Students who successfully complete the course will receive their own certificate signed by Siraj Raval.
- Python, SQL, Tensorflow, Hadoop, MapReduce, Spark, GitHub
- Understand basic python syntax
- Lectures 74
- Quizzes 10
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 9227
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
Data Collection 0/8
Statistics and Probability 0/7
Supervised Learning 0/7
Supervised Learning Continued 0/9
Unsupervised Learning 0/8
Unsupervised Learning Continued 0/8
Deep Learning 0/7
Distributed Computing 0/8
Data Storytelling 0/7
course structure is brilliant and everything explained in detail manner, impressed good jo siraj keep the datalit.!!!!
Dear Siraj Raval founder school of AI, I want give you a big thanks for this amazing opportunity you are giving us to learn AI courses.
grateful for such a free course
It's my pleasure to thank you school of A.I for such an opportunity for young learners to excel
Awesome except Communications and Interface
The course structure is brilliant. It engages the student to do analysis, build models, create small apps and deploy them within a week, which provides great hands on practical experience. The only problem I face is the lack of communication from instructors regarding assignment/course deadlines and overall course deadline and rules to earn a certificate. Most of the times, the information provided is quite vague and incomplete! Also, there is a lot of scope of improvement in the interface!
Good move Siraj! Keep doing your wonders for the community!