Exegetic Analytics is a Data Science consultancy specialising in data acquisition and augmentation, data preparation, predictive analytics and machine learning. Our services are used by a range of industries from Education to Security, Food Delivery to Politics. Our consultants are based in Durban and Cape Town and we engage with clients all over the world. Our products and services are used by a multitude of industries including Aerospace, Education, Finance, Food and Transport.
Exegetic Analytics also offers training, with experienced and knowledgeable facilitators. Our courses focus on practical applications, working through examples and exercises based on real-world datasets.
All of our training packages include access to:
- our online development environment and
- detailed course material which participants will have continued access to even once the training has concluded.
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2. Course Description
Do you spend a lot of time generating reports? Do you end up regenerating tables and figures when new data become available? Is this a complicated and error-prone process? If so, then this course is for you!
Automating your reporting process will save you time and reduce errors.
|Who should attend?||The course is aimed at students, academics and professionals who need to generate data-driven reports.|
|Objectives||Reports are an important artefact of research and analysis. Often these reports need to be frequently generated or updated. Ideally this should be done in a reproducible manner. It’s is an ideal opportunity for automation! In this course you’ll learn how to use R and Markdown to efficiently generate sophisticated and visually appealing reports.|
|Outcomes||Participants will be able to generate reports which include text, tables, figures, code and analytical results. They will also be able to flexibly style the reports.|
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3. Course Outline
- What is Mark(up|down)?
- What’s different about R Markdown?
- Why Markdown?
- Why not Word or Google documents?
- First Markdown File
- Markdown Structure
- Lists and Checkboxes
- Block quotes
- YAML Header
- Output formats
- Code blocks
- Including code and/or output (or neither!)
- Inline code
- Sourcing code from external scripts
- Generating References and a Bibliography