Tuesday, February 7, 12:00pm - 1:15pm (EST)
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Leading pharmaceutical companies are transitioning to open source for their entire clinical workflow from exploratory data analysis to regulatory submissions. Unlocking the benefits that open source data science brings like: interactive dashboards to explore clinical & exploratory data, easier reproducibility of analysis, collaboration between external pharmaceutical partners, and access to a host of open source tooling created for clinical work.
This shift to open-source data science requires many statistical programmers trained in legacy software to learn open-source languages like R and Python.
On Tuesday, February 7th, at 12pm ET, we will be joined by Garrett Grolemund, Director of Learning at Posit, to share how Posit Academy teaches programmers in the pharmaceutical space how to use open-source tools within the context of clinical data.
You’ll walk away from the presentation having learned how Posit Academy is different from traditional learning programs and how some of the largest pharmaceutical companies are using Academy to upskill their programmers in open-source data science.
Garrett Grolemund, Director of Learning, Education Products at Posit
Garrett is the Director of Learning at Posit Academy and an award-winning R instructor. He's the author of Hands-On Programming with R and a co-author of the best seller, R for Data Science.
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