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Annotating SPC plots using annotate with ggplot

Annotating SPC plots using annotate with ggplot Statistical Process Control (SPC) charts are widely used in healthcare analytics to examine how the metric varies over time and whether this variation is abnormal. Christopher Reading has already published a blog on SPC Charts and you also can read more about SPC…

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Forecasting R (Virtual) Workshop – the pupil’s perspective

I saw on the NHS-R Community slack channel that the much sought after Forecasting R Workshop led by Bahman Rostami-Tabar […]

We need you: share your COVID-19 work on NHSE/I’s regular mini-huddle series

COVID-19 has placed the value of data and analytics at the fore. This has meant an unprecedented focus on the […]

phsmethods: an R package for Public Health Scotland

by Jack Hannah Background On Wednesday 1st April 2020, Public Health Scotland (PHS) came into being. It was formed as a result […]

SPC Charting in R

Divisional Information Specialist, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust By Christopher Reading For some time the Information Department at Worcestershire Acute […]

Forecasting R Workshop Blog

The first of a series of weekly blogs on Forecasting R for participants and a wider audience. Please click on […]

Our first ever NHS-R webinar!

We ran our first ever NHS-R webinar on Wednesday 19th February and it went down a storm! Chris Mainey facilitated […]

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