R is one of the most powerful data science software solutions used the world over and is being actively promoted by the NHS-R Community. Analysts throughout the NHS and in Social Care are discovering the huge potentials of R which range from analytical and statistical work to creating websites and interactive reports. It’s a hugely flexible and versatile language that has far extended its original use for statistics.
After this one-day introduction, delegates will:
Furthermore, delegates will be able to:
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.
You are expected to have completed the prework to set up either a laptop with R, RStudio, some packages and download data or have access to and set up an account with RStudio Connect. The RStudio Connect workspace has everything pre-loaded but still requires accessing through an account (some organisations may block this site too so please do check it in advance).
Zoë Turner, Data Scientist at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Audience: Data Analysts, and anyone interested in learning about R, in Integrated Care Systems in the Midlands
Duration and start date
2 half days (9.30 am -1.00 pm)
Registration: Please use the online form below.