I would recommend Introduction to Statistical Learning by Tibshirani available here:http://www-bcf.usc.edu/~gareth/ISL/, if you are interested in data analytics in R. Also the coursera course Practical Machine Learning by John Hopkins University would be a worthwhile investment of time.
You can also take one of the many MOOC’s available for free as long as you audit the class i.e. only accessing the course material and not working towards obtaining a certification. Below please find two examples from courses currently offered at EdX.
Swinbourne University has a series on Itunes podcast called “Using R for Statistical Analysis” I found it very helpful when just getting started. It’s free and each session is topical lasting 3-10 minutes, with examples. Besides that googling and getting your hands dirty on coding. There is no substitute for putting the work in and trying to solve 1 small problem at a time.