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README.md

Welcome to the course repo for Supervised Machine Learning: Case Studies in R! πŸŽ‰

You can access this course for free online.

This course approaches supervised machine learning using:

The interactive course site is built on the amazing framework created by Ines Montani, originally built for her spaCy course. The front-end is powered by Gatsby and Reveal.js and the back-end code execution uses Binder. Florencia D'Andrea helped port the course materials and made the fun logo.

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To learn more about building a course on this framework, see Ines's starter repos for making courses in Python and R, and her explanation of how the framework works at the original course repo.

Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project, you agree to abide by its terms.

The course material in this course is licensed CC-BY-SA, meaning you are free to use it, change it, and remix it as long as you give appropriate credit and distribute any new materials under the same license. The code is MIT-licensed.

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