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Thoughts on the NHS-R conference

It’s been a few weeks since the first NHS-R conference was held in Birmingham. I co-presented a couple of workshops with Neil Pettinger on visualising patient flow, covering the following importing from Excel (and connecting to SQL Server) dplyr ggplot2 & plotly gifski for basic animation automating reports with officer…

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