Dataquest – Those interested in career as a data scientist, data analyst, or data engineer can learn through interactive coding challenges. Students can working on problems and real data science projects.
Udemy – Known as world’s largest online learning marketplace, Udemy offers digital, self-paced courses in any topic. Their data science selection covers everything from machine learning to data visualizations to Python programming.
Coursera – Coursera partners with universities and institutions across the world to offer online courses. Registrants have access to recorded video lectures, auto-graded and peer-reviewed assignments, and community discussion forums.
DataCamp – This website is a great resource for beginners and seasoned experts looking to advance their skills alike. DataCamp has interactive R and Python courses related to data science, statistics, and machine learning.
Udacity – Earn a nanodegree in data analysis to start a career in data science. Udacity offers interactive content like quizzes, videos, and hands-on programs through its curriculum.
EdX – This site has free online data science courses to build your skills and advance your knowledge. Learn data science, statistics, and business intelligence through courses from top universities and global partners on edX.
Cognitive Class – Learn skills in data science, AI, big data, and blockchain with practice labs and videos. Cognitive Class also offers some courses in Japanese, Spanish and Russian for international users.
Springboard – This online bootcamp covers the data science process, from statistics to machine learning and data storytelling. You can specialize in a field like machine learning or NLP and graduate the program with a portfolio ready for interviews.
Data School (YouTube) – This YouTube channel belongs to Kevin Markham, a full-time data science educator based in Washington, DC. His videos cover a range of data science topics like using open source tools, Python and R.
Siraj Raval (YouTube) – Siraj Raval’s YouTube channel features videos to inspire and educate developers to build Artificial Intelligence. He creates engaging videos teaching viewers how to use AI to make games, music, chatbots, art, and more.
IntelliPaat – IntelliPaat tutorials cover topics like big data, business intelligence, and databases. You can learn from industry experts and get certified after successfully completing a course.
Lynda – Through individual, corporate, academic and government subscriptions, members can watch Lynda’s quality video courses taught by thought leaders in the field. You can choose the course duration and skill level to suit your professional needs.
Kaggle – Kaggle is suitable for beginners wanting to get their feet wet in a number of data science specializations. You can choose a track in machine learning, pandas, data visualization, R, SQL, or deep learning.
TensorFlow – TensorFlow is an open-source machine learning software. Its website contains several in-depth tutorials on how to use the program for several basic uses.