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Cryptography II Stanford University via Coursera Learn about the inner workings of cryptographic primitives and protocols and how to apply this knowledge in real-world applications. Go To Class | Next Session : 11th Jan, 2016
Patent Law & Policy George Washington University Patent law and policy can be intriguing. Former Chief Justice of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Randall Radar, and GW Law School Associate Dean John Whelean will take you through patent law and policy basics as they clarify foundational elements, ask penetrating questions, and relate case studies and examples for you to consider. Go To Class | Next Session : 15th Jan, 2016
Basic Statistics University of Amsterdam via Coursera Understanding statistics is essential to understand research in the social and behavioral sciences. In this course you will learn the basics of statistics; not just how to calculate them, but also how to evaluate them Go To Class | Next Session : 4th Jan, 2016
Machine Learning With Big Data University of California, San Diego via Coursera Want to learn the basics of large-scale data processing? Need to make predictive models but don’t know the right tools? This course will introduce you to open source tools you can use for parallel, distributed and scalable machine learning. Go To Class | Next Session : 4th Jan, 2016
CSE1309x: Learn to Program Using Python University of Texas Arlington via edX Interested in learning a computer programming language but unsure of how and where to begin? This course, Learn to Program Using Python, is a great place to start. Go To Class | Next Session : 10th Jan, 2016
Accounting Analytics University of Pennsylvania via Coursera Accounting Analytics explores how financial statement data and non-financial metrics can be linked to financial performance. In this course, taught by Wharton’s acclaimed accounting professors, you’ll learn how data is used to assess what drives financial performance and to forecast future financial scenarios. Go To Class | Next Session : Jan, 2016