Katie Dunkley-Hickin

Katie Dunkley-Hickin

In my Master’s in Epidemiology and while working at the Lady David Institute of the Jewish General Hospital I heavily employed econometric methods, in particular for investigating the causal impacts of policy introduction on population health outcomes. I have always worked with many disparate sources of data which I pride myself in cajoling into a coherent picture.

Nov 29, 2017

From SAS to R

After working for a few years with academics who insisted on using SAS and growing to really enjoy using it, I’ve set myself out to learn R

I worked for a few years with academics who insisted on using SAS. It was a new language for me but as I became more experienced, I grew to really enjoy using it. Since my transition to consultancy – sans available SAS license (FYI: it is expensive!) – I’ve set myself out to learn R. After just one project, here are a few rambling thoughts I’ve had on R and SAS:

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