Not only will Atorus team members be joining the data science community at the upcoming rstudio::conf(2022), but Atorus is also exhibiting (Booth 6) and leading some sessions you won’t want to miss if you’re attending the conference.

Sessions include:

Dive Deep into Metadata with Tplyr — Wednesday, July 27, 11:20-11:40 a.m. EDT
When Atorus first released a Tplyr package in 2020, the aim was to build a reusable framework to make all the data preparation for clinical reporting simple. For instance, this release took the hassle out of tedious things like decimal and parentheses alignment.

Atorus’ Mike Stackhouse, chief innovation officer, and Jessica Higgins, director, analytics engineering, will take a deep dive into metadata with Tplyr. They’ll discuss where it’s been and how it was always meant to be more. Topics will include:

  • How Tplyr captures metadata about the table being built and how, in Tplyr 1.0.0, this metadata can be leveraged to its full advantage
  • That Tplyr lets you dive into results, and for any result, provides traceability of how it was derived and the data used to do so
  • The new functionality built into Tplyr, the mechanics that make it work, and how these new features are useful in the clinical world and beyond

Birds of a Feather Panel Discussion — Wednesday, July 27, 12:00-1:30 p.m. EDT
Meet up with fellow pharma R developers, statistical programmers, and data scientists during lunch on Wednesday. Join us for a discussion on how Janssen and Atorus have collaborated on embedding R into Janssen’s statistical programming team, enabling its usage within a highly regulated environment.

Creating a Design System for Shiny and RMarkdown — Thursday, July 28, 2:10-2:30 p.m. EDT
A design system is a set of standards to manage at scale by reducing redundancy, while creating a shared language and visual consistency across different pages and channels. By the end of this talk with Atorus’ R and Shiny app expert, Maya Gans, you’ll understand design systems and have the tools to create your own system within Shiny/RMarkdown to use for yourself, your brand, or your company. In this talk, she’ll be covering:

  • The history of design systems
  • What components to consider when creating a design system
  • Various examples of implementation

If you’re attending rstudio::conf(2022), please stop by Booth 6 to connect or schedule a meeting with us here.

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