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Analyzing Public Health Data in R

Today’s post is by Thomas Yokota, an epidemiologist in Hawaii. I’ve been corresponding with Thomas via email and telephone for a while. I asked Thomas if he could write an introduction to how R, mapping and open data are used in the public health community. This is his reply. [content_upgrade cu_id=”2764″]Bonus: Download the code from this post![content_upgrade_button]Click […]

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