I am a clinically trained pharmacist with many years of real world clinical data analysis and outcomes research experience. This is just a place for me to share some of my personal thoughts on R-related topics. Currently, I call the Seattle area my home. I was trained to use SPSS in graduate school, and after a brief flirtation with SAS, I made the decision to move away from SPSS/SAS to R a few years ago. I started this blog, as a place for me to leave my very own trail of intellectual bread crumbs as I experience and enjoy the dynamic R ecosystem. I hope you find something useful here, yourself! If you have found something useful, please leave a comment, I’d love to hear from you.
This is my personal blog. The views and opinions expressed within it are mine only and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any company or organization of which I am or have ever been a part. Examples of analysis performed within this blog are only examples. They are not work products or client deliverables as they are based on simulated data and open source information/datasets. Assumptions made in any analyses presented are not reflective of the position or operating procedures of any company or organization of which I am or have ever been a part.