May & October 2019
A course unit is a single subject offered as part of a program of study, but can be completed individually. You may receive Recognition of Prior Learning for studying this unit.
We all know horse wrangling is a thing, but did you also know it's possible to wrangle data? If you have an IT background and are keen to get into the data scene, this single-unit Data Wrangling course from Monash Online could be for you.
Throughout this course, you'll discover the tools and techniques used in data wrangling, which refers to the transformation of raw data into a more readily usable format. Over six weeks of study, you'll learn how to prepare data for analysis through cleansing and pre-processing. Using the Python programming language and the Pandas environment, you'll be parsing, assessing and integrating data, resolving data quality issues, and documenting the wrangling process.
Delivered entirely online, this course is comprised of online group sessions to accompany personal study. Successful completion offers plenty of possibilities, from a new focus in your career to the potential for further study.
This is a single-unit course and may be used toward credit for future studies in data science.
As a student of Monash Online, you’ll be able to access their study planner tool, which will aid you with your time management and act as your personalised study timetable.
Their simple to navigate online courses makes online learning as seamless as possible, plus you'll have a personal Student Success Advisor to guide you throughout your learning journey.
Exchange ideas, receive feedback and generate opportunities by connecting with instructors and peers in real time.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be conversant in the processes involved in preparing raw data to be effectively analysed.
Successful completion of this unit can be used as credit toward a full qualification.*
*Subject to course entry requirements
The fee for this course unit is $4,062.50
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