James joined Aridhia in early 2017, having completed his PhD in Experimental Child Health at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health. His real-world insights into translational research drive and inform the Enablement team, providing a research perspective on the uses and opportunities provided by AnalytiXagility services. Outside of work, James challenges himself participating in long distance triathlons and running events for various charities.

Enabling digital transformation and clinical innovation at Great Ormond Street Hospital: state of the art, data-driven research ➜ – Type: Blog post
August 29, 2017

Over the last month, Aridhia has been enabling researchers at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) leverage their Research and Innovation Platform, powered by the Ecosystem …

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R for Researchers: 8 essential cheatsheets for research data analysis ➜ – Type: Blog post
June 8, 2017

Hi, and welcome back to the final instalment in my series looking at using R for research and the wealth of resources that are available …

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R for Researchers: working with R in AnalytiXagility ➜ – Type: Blog post
June 1, 2017

Welcome to the second blog in my series looking at using the R programming language as a researcher, and how it can enhance the productivity …

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R for Researchers: practical data analysis in AnalytiXagility ➜ – Type: Blog post
May 25, 2017

Welcome to the first blog in a series looking at using the R programming language within AnalytiXagility as a researcher, why it’s a good idea, …

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