Les destinataires de ce cours : This course is for anyone who has basic math skills, but is interested in learning or relearning algebra or pre-calculus so they can be successful in other data science math courses.


Créé par :   Université Duke

  • Daniel Egger

    Enseigné par :    Daniel Egger, Executive in Residence and Director, Center for Quantitative Modeling

    Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University

  • Paul Bendich

    Enseigné par :    Paul Bendich, Assistant research professor of Mathematics; Associate Director for Curricular Engagement at the Information Initiative at Duke

    Mathematics
NiveauBeginner
EngagementFour weeks, 3-5 hours per week.
Langue
English
Comment réussirRéussissez tous les devoirs notés pour terminer le cours.
Notes des utilisateurs
4.4 stars
Average User Rating 4.4Voir ce que disent les étudiants
Programme de cours

FAQ
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Travail en cours
Travail en cours

Chaque cours fonctionne comme un manuel interactif en proposant des vidéos préenregistrées, des quiz et des projets.

Aide de la part de vos pairs
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Connectez-vous à des milliers d'autres étudiants et débattez sur des idées, discutez le contenu du cours et obtenez de l'aide pour en maîtriser les concepts.

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Créateurs
Université Duke
Duke University has about 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students and a world-class faculty helping to expand the frontiers of knowledge. The university has a strong commitment to applying knowledge in service to society, both near its North Carolina campus and around the world.
Notation et examens
Note moyenne 4.4 sur 5 sur 167 notes

Instructors made this subject so much easier for me to learn!

Awesome Course!

A tremendously useful primer on the fundamentals of data science math. This course is a particularly good option for individuals who have seen some amount of calculus and algebra but haven't used those methods in a long while and need to review. Thorough, easy-to-understand material.

I would suggest to the course facilitators that they develop the provided lecture notes -- already a useful tool -- into a full-fledged text. I'm not suggesting something much longer than what they already have, but simply taking that document and adding a bit more rich content. While the notes are useful for more carefully studying the math being done in the lectures, even a bit of effort putting some pedagogy into the notes and combining them into a single document (which I did for the sake of printing) would create a hugely valuable resource.

I love this Course!!!!