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Enabling Reproducible Research in a Collaborative and Secure Environment ➜
 
Sophie

Reproducibility in science is becoming increasingly important. The rise of meta-analysis and systematic reviews such as the Cochrane Reviews and a number of recent studies ... Read more ➜

Risk Stratification: Reducing the Risk of Readmission within 30 Days ➜
 
Harry

It was announced under government plans in 2010 that hospitals will face financial penalties if patients are readmitted as an emergency within 30 days of ... Read more ➜

Analytics Essentials: Improving Your Data Quality ➜
 
Deborah

Profiling your Data Why is data quality important? Before starting to do any analysis it is really important to ensure that your data is in good condition ... Read more ➜

Farr Conference 2015 ➜
 
Data Science

Alison Bell, Lead Data Scientist This was my fourth time at the Farr Conference (previously the SHIP conference). I look forward to it as it’s always packed ... Read more ➜

We Are in the ‘Age of Diabetes’ ➜
 
Karen

This week Diabetes Scotland released its 2015 State of the Nation report – it’s annual review of diabetes care in Scotland. As always, it makes ... Read more ➜

An Introduction to R Parallelisation Support in AnalytiXagility ➜
 
Allister

Today I’m going to introduce you to the new R parallelisation capability that has been included in the latest version of AnalytiXagility and how we ... Read more ➜

Is Federated Analysis the Way Forward for Genomics? ➜
 
Rodrigo

Last month, four of the world’s leading researchers from within the genomics community published a paper which suggested that “…between 100 million and as many ... Read more ➜

Blockchain and Digital Health – First impressions ➜
 
Rodrigo

Among the many great Edinburgh festivals, the Turing Festival is the most important to the tech start-up scene locally and beyond. This weekend, I attended ... Read more ➜