Can anyone tell me how many weeks does it to learn R programming?

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If you have experience in any programming language, it takes 7 days to learn R programming spending at least 3 hours a day. If you are a beginner, it takes 3 weeks to learn R programming.

- In the first week, learn about R basics like data types, operators, variables, and basic functions
- In the second week, learn concepts like how to create, append, subset datasets, lists, join.
- In the third week, learn writing loops, conditional statements, apply functions, data analysis techniques, and using ggplot2 package to make visualizations.
- After these concepts, you can learn how to implement statistical techniques and modeling using R.

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It depends on your programming experience. If you have prior knowledge of any programming language, then it will take one week to learn R programming. Otherwise, for a complete beginner, it will take one week to clear the basics, provided you are practicing 3 hours per day. Then, you have to learn data exploration, manipulation, and visualization that would require 7–10 days of practice. Finally, you should download a dataset and start applying R programming techniques to analyze and visualize the data. Thus, it will take at least three weeks to learn R programming.

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