Databases and SQL for Data Science with Python

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Offered by IBM. Much of the world's data resides in databases. SQL (or Structured Query Language) is a powerful language which is used for ... Enroll for free.

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Rav Ahuja
Global Program Director
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r/dataanalysis • post
5 points • adrian4635
Recommendations for Coursera courses

In May I graduated with my Bachelors in Mathematics and want to pursue a career in data analytics. I took an Intro to Java course while I was in school. I want to do the self taught route using Coursera courses. Which Coursera courses do you recommend? I plan on taking the following courses

SQL - Databases and SQL for Data Science

Tableau - Data Visualization with Tableau Specialization

Excel - Introduction to Data Analysis Using Excel

Python - Python for Everybody Specialization

I want to take Coursera courses because I live in New York and Coursera was given for free for unemployed people. You can check it out here.

r/askSingapore • comment
1 points • Daqoo

Coursera - Databases and SQL for Data Science by IBM

r/SQL • comment
1 points • joe183288

Not sure what others think of these but this is what I’ve been looking at

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • TestSubject363

Found a few that looked decent. I took a few database courses during my undergrad but have only recently began to use that education in building a webapp database. I like using MySQL, but if you just want general database education then look at other frameworks and languages as well.

Coursera: Udemy: edX:

I am a big fan of Udemy, courses are usually never more than $15 and you keep them forever, and good ones continue to be updated on a regular basis.