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{Tplyr} 1.0.1 Released and Available on CRAN

October 18, 2022

I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that Tplyr v1.0.1 has officially made it to CRAN. Since releasing Tplyr back in August...

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Word Wrap Challenge Part 4: An Ode to the stringr Package

February 7, 2022

So – it’s been longer than a week… I wasn’t born to be a blogger, but that’s ok. If you’re...

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Word Wrap Challenge Part 3: Exploring Environments

January 19, 2022

Welcome back, and happy new year everyone! Well – this was meant to be a weekly post – and I’m...

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Word Wrap Challenge Part 2: A Lesson in Recursion

October 18, 2021

Welcome back! If you’re new to this blog series, head on over to part 1 to catch up on what...

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Word Wrap Challenge Part 1: The Problem

October 4, 2021

Let’s have some fun. This is the first post of a series. In this first post, I’m going to present...

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When browser() don’t cut it

August 5, 2021

Debugging code in any language can be tricky. Even with the many different debugging tools available out there, I know...

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Atorus / GSK Package Release

May 24, 2021

In August 2020, Atorus and GSK entered a unique relationship. As two separate organizations both committed to the advancement of...

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Highlighting SAS Chunks in RMarkdown

March 8, 2021

SAS is a major player in the clinical trial world, and as R enthusiasts here at Atorus, finding ways that...

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Building a ggplot2 Theme

February 3, 2021

Several graphs are created within the clinical trial space for a single submission. While there is a lot of domain...

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Obstacles and Opportunities With Open-Source Vlog

January 7, 2021

Chief Innovation Officer Michael Stackhouse addresses closed-source-mentality obstacles, the opportunities the open-source community creates, and how the drug development industry...