Top six blog posts of the last year


Every six months or so I like to do a content spring clean – there’s something about starting with a clean slate that recharges my creativity! During these deep cleans I always find buried treasure; great content that we’ve produced and our visitors have enjoyed. It can be hard to keep on top of everything we publish, so I’ve pulled together some of our most recent top performing blogs for you – R and R Shiny seem to be popular topics, so if this is of interest, be sure to put these blogs on your reading list! 

Pamela Brankin, Head of Marketing & Communications

AnalytiXagility, de-identification and the anonymisation decision-making framework ➜
Julian, September 15, 2016

A key issue for clinical research efforts is the need to increase data sharing in order to develop and exchange new ideas, methodologies and approaches … Read more ➜

Using Shiny Modules to simplify building complex apps ➜
Harry, October 3, 2016

Whenever I start writing a new Shiny application – the technology on which we’ve built our mini-apps capability – or when I want to prototype … Read more ➜

The sky is not the limit – embedding raw HTML and JavaScript to create dynamic UI elements in Shiny applications ➜
Yuri, October 17, 2016

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

R for Researchers: practical data analysis in AnalytiXagility ➜
James, 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, … Read more ➜

R for Researchers: working with R in AnalytiXagility ➜
James, 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 … Read more ➜

R for Researchers: 8 essential cheatsheets for research data analysis ➜
James, 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 … Read more ➜