New dates announced for highly popular Ricardo ‘openair’ masterclass in London

New dates announced for highly popular Ricardo ‘openair’ masterclass in London
22 January 2019

New dates announced for highly popular Ricardo ‘openair’ masterclass in London

New dates announced for highly popular Ricardo ‘openair’ masterclass in London

Back by popular demand, Ricardo’s ‘openair’ and ‘R’ data analysis training course will return once again to the company’s offices in Paddington, London, from Monday 4th to Wednesday 6th March 2019 
 
The ‘openair’ package is open source software dedicated to the analysis of air quality data. It is one of the most powerful and widely used air quality analysis tools available, with over 130,000 downloads worldwide. The power and versatility of the software, and the almost endless capabilities of the ‘R’ coding language which underpins it, has driven demand from users wanting to understand how to unlock the full value of the ‘openair’ tools.
 
The Ricardo ‘openair’ masterclass has proven to be extremely popular with both public and private sector professionals looking to unlock the full potential of ‘openair’ software to tackle their local air quality management challenges. The three-day intensive course is designed and delivered by lead developer of ‘openair, Dr David Carslaw, knowledge leader at Ricardo Energy & Environment. Assisted by a second air quality expert tutor, Dr Carslaw and his colleague work closely with trainees over the three-day period to understand the specific requirements and challenges of each delegates’ work.
 
Using the participants’ own data, the masterclass will explore advanced ‘openair’ and ‘R’ data analysis techniques that can help in identifying innovative solutions to participants’ long-standing air quality data challenges, and equip delegates with a deeper level of insight and technical proficiency.
 
Due to the bespoke nature of the course, masterclass sizes are kept small to ensure that all trainees get significant one-to-one time with course tutors. The benefit to attendees of this one-to-one time attests to the high satisfaction ratings garnered by the course – with 100 percent of past attendees rating it as either ‘Good’ or ‘Excellent’ overall.
 
Following the success of previous courses in May and November 2018 – including a flagship course aimed at local authorities across Scotland which was supported by the Scottish Government – demand to attend this specialist training is high.
 
Those interested in attending the next confirmed masterclass to be hosted in London in early March, are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment.
 
To book your place or for more information on Ricardo’s ‘openair’ and R data analysis training courses, visit: https://ee.ricardo.com/air-quality/openair-and-r-data-analysis-training  
 
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