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== Purdue University Courses ==
 
== Purdue University Courses ==
  
* '''[Spring 2021]''' '''[[Data Into Insights (Spring 2021)|Turning Data into Insight and Stories (COM 495/6/7, Spring 2021)]]'''
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* [[Data Into Insights (Spring 2021)]]
  
* '''[Spring 2021]''' '''[[Communication and Social Networks (Spring 2021)|Communication and Social Networks (COM 411, Spring 2021)]]'''
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* [[Communication and Social Networks (Spring 2021)]]
  
 
* '''[Summer 2020]''' '''[[Intro_to_Programming_and_Data_Science_(Summer_2020)|Intro to Programming and Data Science (COM 67400, Summer 2020)]]''' — An intense, four-week version of the graduate level course intended to provide an introduction to programming and computational analysis of text in Python. The course is designed for social scientists, especially those seeking to gather data from the Web. These courses borrow heavily from the Community Data Science Workshops and courses.
 
* '''[Summer 2020]''' '''[[Intro_to_Programming_and_Data_Science_(Summer_2020)|Intro to Programming and Data Science (COM 67400, Summer 2020)]]''' — An intense, four-week version of the graduate level course intended to provide an introduction to programming and computational analysis of text in Python. The course is designed for social scientists, especially those seeking to gather data from the Web. These courses borrow heavily from the Community Data Science Workshops and courses.

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