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Shiny for Pharmacometrics Workshop PAGE 2018

From: Devin Pastoor <devin.pastoor>
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2018 17:05:14 +0000

We are excited to announce a new public course debuting at PAGE 2018. Shiny
for Pharmacometrics is an accelerated course that build on the modern R
course to leverage shiny to develop tools and applications to support
pharmacometric activities. This course has been taught privately with great
success, and it is now time to bring it to everyone!

Participants will learn to build tools to support automated tasks such as
generating dynamic reports, monitoring modeling and simulation activities,
and extending Rstudio. They will also construct applications such as
interactive decision-support dashboards for clinical trial simulations.
Overall *8 shiny apps will be built and another 10 example apps and code
will be provided for later study - 18 apps worth of code!*

Using shiny is only as effective as the foundational programming skills in
R one has. As such,* all participants will be given free access to all
course material and additional video lectures and solutions to the modern R*
 *course taught over the past two years. *The shiny course will build on
the techniques and packages taught in modern R - namely dplyr, tidyr, purrr
and other tidyverse packages, so on top of learning shiny, participants
will also have opportunities to flex their new-found learnings and get
additional hands on practice.

*If you are interested we would love to hear from you. The final decision
as to whether the course will be 2 or 2.5 day course has not yet been made.
If you have thoughts and would consider attending please reach out to *

The course syllabus and sign up information material will follow in the
next month.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Happy New Year,


Received on Mon Jan 15 2018 - 12:05:14 EST

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