R and Python coding with Prython

Learn how to use the newest R/Python IDE (integrated development environment) for data science, analytics and ML
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5,225 students
30min of on-demand video

Learn how to use Prython for coding both R and Python projects
Design complex data science projects in Prython


  • Know some Python and/or R
  • Basic knowledge about data science and analytics


In this course we will learn how to use Prython, which offers a different way of coding than existing R/Python IDEs. It allows us to drop our code into panels that we place and connect in a canvas. In a normal IDE your code will run linearly from start to end, making it really hard to create sub-experiments/tests, and also to organise your project clearly. In Prython each panel accepts multiple IN and OUT connections, effectively transforming it into a 2D Jupiter notebook. It also has a wide array of tools that complement this canvas functionality: such as displaying dataframes next to the panels that modified them, allowing you to freeze your outputs, attaching consoles, navigation markers, etc.

We assume that the student is already familiar with R or Python, and some familiarity with matplotlib, scikit-learn,or keras would be beneficial as well.

Who this course is for:

  • Python and R practitioners with a focus on data science
  • ML engineers
  • Statisticians, engineers, and economists designing statistical models


Francisco Juretig
  • 3.9 Instructor Rating
  • 449 Reviews
  • 24,194 Students
  • 9 Courses

I worked for 7+ years exp as statistical programmer in the industry. Expert in programming, statistics, data science, statistical algorithms. I have wide experience in many programming languages. Regular contributor to the R community, with 3 published packages. I also am expert SAS programmer. Contributor to scientific statistical journals. Latest publication on the Journal of Statistical Software.

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