Riinu Pius – R for Health Data Science – from clinicians who code to Shiny interventions

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Few weeks ago we finished Why R? 2020 conference. We had an honour to host Riinu Pius, a data scientist at the Centre for Medical Informatics, The University of Edinburgh. This post contains a biography of the speaker and an abstract of her talk: R for Health Data Science.

Riinu Pius is a data scientist at the Centre for Medical Informatics, The University of Edinburgh. She’s the author of the brand new “R for Health Data Science” book written with Ewen Harrison.
In her talk she will walk you through cool and innovative ways R can be used to facilitate health research, from clinical trials to global cohort studies. The talk includes practical tips and code examples.

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