Articles by R | Gianluca Baio

Books and code

August 3, 2020 | R | Gianluca Baio

This comes as the results of two external forces that have prompted me to do some work on the website — specifically the section on books. The first one is the newest version of hugo-academic (which is the engine underlying the whole of my website, together with the R package blogdown). ... [Read more...]

Refactor

July 22, 2020 | R | Gianluca Baio

This is quite exciting: since Nathan (this is his very interesting blog) has arrived to UCL a couple of months ago, we’ve started to work on quite a few of very interesting projects — including a major “refactoring” of the code for BCEA. I’m obviously very attached to BCEA — ... [Read more...]

missingHE update

May 3, 2020 | R | Gianluca Baio

Andrea has just released a major update for missingHE (this is my own fork of the main project — but now available on CRAN too), the package we (well, mostly he!) have (has) developed to handle missing data in Bayesian models for cost-effectiveness analysis. Additions to the basic structure of the ... [Read more...]

Expert opinion (again)

April 29, 2020 | R | Gianluca Baio

THis is the second video I was mentioning here — took a while to get out but it’s available now. I think you need to register here and then you can see our panel discussion. Like I said earlier, it was good fun and I think the actual session we ... [Read more...]

Nomen omen

December 8, 2016 | R | Gianluca Baio

After resisting this for way too long, I’ve finally decided it was time to release more widely a couple of the R packages I’ve been working on $-$ I’ve put them on GitHub, hence the mug… In both cases, while I think the packages do work nicely, ...
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