# Thread: \$60 - tutor wanted

1. ## \$60 - tutor wanted

\$60 an hour.

R code
Logistic and Poisson Regression
Central Limit Theorem
ANOVA
Single, two pop tests
Simple and Multiple Linear Regression
Time Series Analysis
ARIMA Models
Hierarchical Bayesian Methods

contact: jasonduval78@gmail.com

2. ## Re: \$60 - tutor wanted

Do you know about the theory behind these topics and are just looking for how to do them in R?

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I do not know the theory yet.

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You want to learn all of this... in less than a week?

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I am looking for a tutor that can explain the theory also.

Exacitaly.

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Why do you have that time frame in mind? And have you ever used R in the past?

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Why not, R is fun.

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R is fun... but that doesn't really explain why you need to learn all of this before the end of Sunday.

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I want to learn it for my work, but if no one then, I guess.

Offer closed.

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It's just... way too ambitious.

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No one can learn a language like this in a few days. Just too much to learn

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If all you had to do was learn the language and none of the theory then it's at least feasible. But trying to learn the theory and how to do it in R would be... pretty intense.

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It would take at least 3 days to learn how to do half that stuff in R, to use R, and have a basic grasp of that (i.e., reproduce it on your own). That's not including the fact you'd also need to learn the theory to interpret the results of your R work. R is pretty easy to pick up. It's understanding what you're doing that is hard. You're basically asking to learn at least 6 different classes worth of stuff in a weekend. Math doesn't come with Cliffs Notes, unfortunately. It takes a lot of work. That work, takes time!

15. ## Re: \$60 - tutor wanted

Originally Posted by bryangoodrich
It would take at least 3 days to learn how to do half that stuff in R, to use R, and have a basic grasp of that (i.e., reproduce it on your own). That's not including the fact you'd also need to learn the theory to interpret the results of your R work. R is pretty easy to pick up. It's understanding what you're doing that is hard. You're basically asking to learn at least 6 different classes worth of stuff in a weekend. Math doesn't come with Cliffs Notes, unfortunately. It takes a lot of work. That work, takes time!
I am happy to hear that since I have about 6 months to learn it. Which is how long I planned to take at a minimum.