The course will be one day and will take place online.
Learn about how to import data, wrangle data and produce and export graphs.
Pre-requisites: No prior knowledge of R is required; however, it is assumed that you will have a moderate level of computer literacy. For example, you will be able to navigate to drives and files and be confident in searching for solutions to technical problems on the internet. You will work with, or have an interest in, data..
About the course: This is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in data analysis using Excel, SQL, Access or uses statistical programmes like SPSS to get started with R and R Studio. After this course, you will:
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Population Health Management Analytics Manager
Lewis is an analytics manager at the Suffolk and north east Essex Integrated Care Board, where he leads on analytics for population health. Previously he has been a senior epidemiologist in local government, a consultant working on open data initiatives, and had a career in academia. He has been using R alongside other data science tools (mainly python, git and SQL) for ~15 years, for data wrangling, visualisation, statistical analysis, predictive modelling, reporting and dashboarding. He has taught R, statistics and data science at undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as to professional analysts.
December 12, 2023
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
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