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How R changed me as an analyst

I suspect there are many blogs about R and why it’s so great: It’s free! It’s open source! There’s a great community! It’s reproducible! You can certainly read on Twitter (#rstats) about what R cando for you but what about what R does to you, particularly as an analyst in…

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Dygraphs

Dygraphs for mortality surveillance I recently presented some of the mortality surveillance charts we use to @RLadiesLondon (a very welcoming group!) and […]

Exact Matching in R

Exact matching in R: a case study of the health and care costs associated with living alone, using linked data […]

Count of working days function

It’s at this time of year I need to renew my season ticket and I usually get one for the […]

SQL Server Database connections in R

Getting data into R One of the things I found most difficult when learning R was getting data from our SQL Servers […]

Introduction to Funnel Plots

Funnel plots Funnel plots are a common tool for comparing organisations or units using proportions or standardised rates. A common […]

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 […]