Source: King Khalid University - Media Center Dean of College of Computer Science, Dr. Ali Mohammed Algarwi, stated that the program comes within the university's "Mobaderoon" initiative. The project includes extensive training in the basics of data science, also data engineering, learning data analysis, graphing and eliciting patterns from data. The camp was developed for those interested in data science who want to master the basics of R, handle data structures, and manage data in the most efficient way. It is also tailored to data management and analyst professionals from all sectors. Dr. Areej Al-Asiri, the program presenter, faculty member at the College of Computer Science, says: "The program provides the basics of data analysis and extrapolation in order to explore its patterns and phenomena using the R language, starting with initial analysis, data engineering, and then employing machine learning algorithms to extrapolate data. It also focuses on data imaging techniques and using it in making a decision through the practical application of these techniques using real situation based data from various challenges." Furthermore, Dr. Asiri noted that the camp aims to develop an understanding of data analysis and imaging, providing them with the most important technical skills for data engineering. It will introduce participants to basic machine learning techniques and applications in data analysis, extrapolation, and pattern discovery. It also aims to introduce data visualization techniques used in strategic decision-making. Of noteworthy mention, the program allows participants the opportunity to build a portfolio while receiving instant and personalized feedback.