Excellent course materials, especially the videos, with content that is thoughtfully composed and carefully edited. Very good python training, great instructors, and overall great learning experience.
Great course to learn the basics! The supplementary material in Jupyter notebooks is extremely valuable. Really appreciate the PhD students who took the time to explain even the simplest of codes :)
por Elvan V•
Keep it up
por Mikel A•
In overall the course is good. However, there are some issues that could be improved, as for example:
- Using the NHANES database is come cases is not the most effective as you can spend some times trying to indetify or search for the variable they are asking for. Better instructions or the use of a simpler database could be an alternative.
- Some videos could be improved. There are compilation errors in the Python demostrative videos, in some other cases previoulsy not-explained functions are used (while similar functions already known by the alumn are available) or Python 2 functions are proposed (the course should be oriented to Python 3).
- I found that both parts of the course (stats and programming) are not always perfectly coordinated.
Despite these issues, the course is good and I will go to the next course with them.
por maytat l•
Overall good but still have rooms to improve. I knew so little about statistics and Python. The concept is quite difficult but relatively new unlike other typical statistics courses offer. Practice assignments are very good but difficult. More guidance of Python libraries usage would help. Passing assignments were too easy. Strong foundations of using Python especially in libraries such as matplot, numpy, panda, seaborn would really help to better understand the concepts with a graphical presentation in Python. I would recommend this course for those who are familiar with those Python libraries already. For me, I need to learn more about those and would revisit the content here again to better grasp full understanding.
por Anastasios B•
The title of the course is a bit misleading. The focus is really on some basic Statistics, with Python notebooks thrown in to demonstrate some of those concepts. However, you won't get much help understanding Python. Even the workbooks involved use some interesting methods/libraries, but not much detail in the course about them, other than the particular use they come up in. It's a 4 week course, but can easily be completed in about a week, possibly less. If you already have a fair foundation in Stats, this course probably won't add much value. I did enjoy the instructors and they were trying to keep things interesting.
por Mitchell H•
Generally very good content and presentation. Removing a star due to frustrations with a really off topic essay assignment required in week 3 of the course. An online programming/statistics course is not the place to teach writing skills. This is especially true since the online peer review grading system isn't configured to ensure submitted essays are reviewed.
por Jaime C•
The topics that were seen in the course started in a very basic and understandable way but they evolved to much more advanced and difficult topics without a good explanation.Sometimes I felt no connection between theory and practice with Python. The large number of teachers does not allow continuity in learning and creates gaps.
por Hossein P•
This course started well, but unfortunately, I think they should add more extra example and focus on the topics more in-depth, I can say in each quiz I spend around 3 hours to find related topics in the internet and learn them to answer to the questions and I think it should be cover by the course itself.
It's great course to understand the basic concepts of statistics like uni-variate and bi-variate data.But,the assignment which they give week 3 and week 4 is not that much to implement the concepts practically. Overall ,it is a good course.
por Khang V P•
The theory material is great. However, the final week has a bit exhausting content but the lab is way too easy. Additionally, there is no real "key answers" for the lab so I cannot double check my work.
por Vikram J•
Very long videos, even the simplest concept is explained in a slower manner. But this is true for me and a lot might benefit from this pace.
por Rakesh D•
Lectures are boring and very long it should be more practical ,but yes I've gain certain statistical insights.
por Vignesh R•
Python in week 2 is largely unexplained, also course could have dived deeper into statistics
por Zhehao G•
too much works in each week, It may be possible for people, who work only half day
por Leonardo S•
Good content and syllabus, though the later videos could be easier to follow.
por Ayush Z•
I think it was more theoretical and more practice is required.
por Navavat P•
Too many texts in the lectures
por Djon P•
A little easy, and lacks focus
Could be more refined.
por Yu J K•
phyton part is shit
por Nikita K•
Basic statistics explanations are good, especially for those uninitiated. Examples that require intuitive understanding of plots are nice, albeit slightly confusing.
A lot of material concerning Python is not covered in the course, however. No possibility to download source files and work with them in your own environment. Ambiguous instructions that relate to statistical concepts that are still unknown and lots of materials that require 3rd party explanations. This extends the learning time 4-5 fold.
Extremely long weeks with lots of technical and incomplete materials. Breaking things into smaller chunks would have made a world of difference.
por Jay K•
Had a hard time keeping my attention. Very lecture heavy. In fact, astoundingly lecture heavy. This course should have gone between the jupyter notebooks and the video content to keep the viewer engaged. Why not leverage python and jupyter to teach concepts as the student follows along instead of just lecturing for hours? Keep the students engaged through hands-on work instead of just talking at them for hours. The structure is simply antiquated for the modern student.
por Martin K•
sampling distribution had too less examples but showed teachers face a lot
por Leonardo J B d A•
The statistics material is extremely superficial and naive to anyone with high school level of statistics. On the other hand, the Python lessons are extremely difficult, going directly to complex tasks with no explanation of the intermediate skills required to understand what is being taught. This is the case even if the course description says only a basic level of Python knowledge would suffice to follow the course. I don't see how this course could be useful to anyone.
por VENIGALLA N S V J•
My final course certificate not received, even after completing all 3 courses.