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R for Researchers: practical data analysis in AnalytiXagility ➜
 
James

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, ... Read more ➜

Upgrade your AnalytiXagility mini-apps by creating animated time series charts with dygraphs and htmlwidgets ➜
 
Yuri

Expanding on my previous blogs on creating personalised and custom UI elements and widgets in Shiny – the technology on which we’ve built our mini-apps ... Read more ➜

Building trust and improving participation in clinical trials using innovative electronic data capture platforms ➜
 
Kieran

Having worked with a number of Electronic Data Capture (EDC) platforms, including Oracle Inform and iMedidata Rave, I have considerable experience of the bugs and ... Read more ➜

GA4GH Federated Analysis Proof of Concept ➜
 
Harry

A recent proof of concept aimed at providing insight into the potential power of federated analysis of genomics data saw Aridhia team up with several ... Read more ➜

Interactively visualising DICOM volumes and header data ➜
 
Yuri

Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is an internationally recognised standard for medical imaging and is implemented in the majority of medical imaging devices ... Read more ➜

The sky is not the limit – embedding raw HTML and JavaScript to create dynamic UI elements in Shiny applications ➜
 
Yuri

One of the key advantages of Shiny, the interactive visualisation web application framework for R, is that it allows users to deploy interactive applications ... Read more ➜