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From script-based development to function-based development and onwards to Package Based development: part 2

At the NHS R Conference, I suggested to people that they should embrace the idea of package-based development rather than script-based work. In the first part of this tutorial, in the fictional NHS-R Community greeting room, our humble analyst was tasked with greeting people. Rather than writing a script and…

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Roadmap to collaborative working using R in the NHS: Part I- Workflows

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But this worked the last time I ran it!

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Local Public Health joins the paRty

Having recently attended an R meetup in Birmingham, hearing of various user groups and hackathons that take place around certain […]

Thoughts on the NHS-R conference

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NHS-R Conference: was it worth it?

This blog was written by Zoe Turner, Senior Information Analyst at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Soon after I started […]

Text Mining – Term Frequency analysis and Word Cloud creation

Text Mining – Term Frequency analysis and Word Cloud creation in R Analysing the pre-conference workshop sentiments Loading in the […]

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