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[NMusers] Modern R at PAGE

From: Devin Pastoor <devin.pastoor_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 07 May 2015 12:52:23 +0000

Tired of the long pauses while reading in nonmem simulation data? Using
read_nonmem() from PKPDmisc is 15x faster than using Xpose!

Need more flexible binning for quantile plots, dropout models, or VPCs,
take a look at set_bins: http://rpubs.com/dpastoor/set_bins

Ready to start writing reusable functions that you and your team can share
across projects? Come learn how you can write fast flexible functions that
more than double your productivity!

Want to know more?

Dr. Vijay Ivaturi and Devin Pastoor from The Center for Translational
Medicine will be teaching Modern R at the Creta Maris Hotel on Monday and
Tuesday June 1st and Second at PAGE. This is an intermediate to advanced
level workshop that focuses on building strong skills for rapid data
preparation, analysis and visualization using both baseR as well as new
packages such as dplyr, ggplot2, vpc, and PKPDmisc.

You can learn more at http://www.learnr.me or directly view the sign up
page here
<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/modern-r-for-pharmacometrics-tickets-16193997683>
.

Please contact Devin Pastoor at devin.pastoor_at_umaryland.edu for questions
or group discounts.

Thanks and look forward to seeing everyone in less than a month!

Devin Pastoor
Center for Translational Medicine
University of Maryland, Baltimore

PS. Can't make it to PAGE - we'll also be at ACoP!

Received on Thu May 07 2015 - 08:52:23 EDT

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