OpenVal®: Enhance Your Efficiency and Compliance With Validated Open-Source Packages for Clinical Research

June 21, 2024

The drive for efficiency and innovation is paramount in the technologically advanced and continuously evolving field of pharmaceutical and biotechnical...


Upskill to R Programming with Posit and Atorus Research

May 17, 2024

Curious about the future of open-source clinical programming? Read our latest blog, “Upskill to R Programming with Posit and Atorus...


Tplyr 1.2.1 Release

February 22, 2024

It’s been over a year now since we released Tplyr 1.1.0. In the version 1.0.0 we marked the package as stable, with...


R Programming for Clinical Trial Analytics 

February 7, 2024

Note: The contents of this blog are accurate as of the day of publication. As we all know, open-source is...


Real Projects, Real Transition, Really Revolutionary: Transitioning to R for Biometrics Work

September 26, 2023

Introduction  “SAS® vs R” has been a hotly debated topic for over a decade. Initially regarded as a tool for...


datasetjson 0.0.1 Release

September 15, 2023

I’m thrilled to announce that the new package datasetjson, which allows you to read, write, and validate CDISC Dataset JSON...


Making Multilingual Programmers – A Targeted Approach to R for Clinical Trials Training

September 8, 2023

INTRODUCTION   The open–source for clinical programming discussions are everywhere these days, and at industry conferences, there are almost as...


Tplyr 1.1.0 Release

January 10, 2023

Back in October, we had the version 1.0.0 release of Tplyr, which brought to life some of the original vision...


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...


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...