After a series of successful courses in Scotland, Denmark and the southeast of England, Ricardo’s highly popular openair and R data analysis training course will return to London Paddington, running from Monday December 9 to Wednesday December 11 2019.
The ‘openair’ package is open-source software dedicated to the analysis of air quality data. It is one of the most powerful and widely used air quality analysis tools available, with over 130,000 downloads worldwide.
The power and versatility of the software, and the almost endless capabilities of the ‘R’ coding language that underpins it, has driven demand from users wanting to understand how to unlock the full value of the openair tools.
Ricardo’s 3-day masterclass is designed to equip users with the skills and knowledge necessary to extract maximum value from their data sets and the openair software.
The course is delivered by lead developer of openair, Dr David Carslaw – Knowledge Leader at Ricardo – and his expert team. The tutors work closely with trainees to understand specific requirements and challenges relevant to an individual’s work, making use of delegates own data to explore the power of openair, increase technical proficiency and understanding of advanced data analysis techniques in support of extracting maximum value from data.
The content and format of Ricardo’s openair and R data analysis training course is designed around three key elements aimed at enhancing the learning experience:
The high satisfaction ratings achieved by the course are testament to the high-value attendees place on the training delivered – with 100% of past attendees rating previous Ricardo masterclasses as either ‘Good’ or ‘Excellent’ overall.
Demand to attend this specialist training course is high and availability is limited. Those interested in attending the London course in December are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment.
*Bookings made on or before 5pm on November 4 2019 qualify for the early-bird rate.
To register or for more information on Ricardo’s openair and R data analysis training course, please visit https://ee.ricardo.com/air-quality/openair-and-r-data-analysis-training. (For direct bookings, please contact Christina.Perrett@ricardo.com to request a booking form.)