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rforhealthcare.org – A free online resource for all your R related healthcare needs

Down in the South West of England we at the PenCHORD team of the NIHR CLAHRC South West Peninsula have been busy developing some online treats for all of you interested in using the statistical programming language R. The www.rforhealthcare.org website is a free resource full of R guides and…

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