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ResearchForecastStructuredSDG3SDG15
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14 March—31 May
79 days
Question
published 21 May 2020, 20:34

Hello everybody.

I have just joined the group as a data enthusiast. The first remark I made is that most of the members use the Python programming language for their machine learning and deep learning project.

However, I would like to use the R programming language in statistics.

I wonder if there are any members who have already tested it in their project.

Thank you.

Hi, I am also new to Zindi, I have participated in some competitions ... 90% of my developments are with R, in some cases I work with Python. Regards.

Hello Sidereus,

Thank you for considering my request. I am relieved and reassured after reading your message. It’s always good to know that you’re not alone in your ideas.

With pleasure, friend. Even look @Holar was a winner at this (https://zindi.africa/hackathons/the-zimnat-insurance-assurance-challenge/discussions/1402) weekend's hackathon ... and use R!