Building interactive web applications using R Shiny

Posted by Gordhan Bagri

Aug 1, 2018 5:34:00 AM

By Gordhan Bagri and Munshi Imran Hossain with  H A S Shri Kishore

Shiny (from RStudio) is one of the most popular R packages. The package allows programmers to create applications with interactive user interfaces. These applications can then be deployed for non-programmers to perform analysis. Non-programmers can, therefore, make use of the statistical capabilities of R by means of point and...

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Topics: data science, Statistical Analysis, Cytel Strategic Consulting, R language, R programming


Career Perspectives: Interview with Andrea Hita, Biomedical Data Scientist

Posted by Cytel

Jun 7, 2018 8:39:00 AM

Cytel data scientists apply advanced statistical techniques including predictive modelling of biological processes and drug interactions to unlock the potential of big data.

In this blog from our Career Perspectives series, we talk to Andrea Hita, at Data Scientist at Cytel, to find out more about her career path, her current role at Cytel and her interests outside of work.

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Topics: careers, clinical research, CRO, Recruitment, clinical trials, Trial Design, data science, adaptive designs, genetic algorithm, model-informed-drug-development, R language


Developing the Next Generation of Skills for Statistical Programmers

Posted by Cytel

Apr 18, 2018 6:09:00 AM

Our recent Clinical Biometrics Survey explored the views of respondents from across the statistical programming, biostatistics, and data management functions to learn their top challenges, and most important perceived industry trends and skills development. In this blog, our Ajay Sathe gives his perspectives on the key areas of personal and knowledge development that he believes statistical...

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Topics: Statistical Programming, SAS, R language, clinical data management, biostatistics


Creating an R-Package Template: A Guide

Posted by Ivan Navarro

Mar 8, 2018 6:05:00 AM

 

Photo by Steinar Engeland on Unsplash

By Ivan Navarro, Data Scientist at Cytel

R is an open-source implementation of ‘S’, the statistical programming language. With its open character and ability to extend its functionality using external packages, R allows users to create their own packages that are easily loadable into the core instance. In essence, R-packages are extensions that contain...

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Topics: R language, R programming, data science


Round-Up:The 6 Hottest Blog Topics from 2017

Posted by Cytel

Dec 21, 2017 6:44:00 AM

As we prepare to close the door on 2017, we thought we would take a look back at the  topics which have been most popular on the Cytel blog this year.  It's an interesting insight on what pain points and opportunities feature highly on our global biopharma audience's radar.  Read on to learn which of our 2017 blogs have received the most interest from our audience so far.

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Topics: Statistical Analysis, R language, data science, Trial Design Software, Cytel Strategic Consulting, Data Management, pharmacometrics, NONMEM, estimands, Oncology


Signal Management Using R

Posted by Krishna Asvalayan

Dec 12, 2017 7:33:00 AM

Signal management is one of the most audited pharmacovigilance processes. It also generates one of the highest findings from audits. The ability of Marketing Authorisation Holders (MAHs) to make a robust signal management system that is fully audit/inspection ready sometimes falls short of expectations. Happily, technology can be used to make the process more scientific and rigorous. ...

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Topics: Statistical Analysis, pharmacovigilance, R language, signal detection, data science


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