Research

I have promoted reproducible research through curation and software implementation, presentations and data-driven projects. It is encouraging and awarding to receive your e-mail with comments or information on citations (as early collections from Google search and Google Scholar on R/gap).

  1. Bookmarks. software collections, web site collections at DPHPC, MRC with comments, UCL, KCL with comments and a graphviz diagram from grViz.gv and mermaid.
    graph BT;
    e1 --> F1(Genetics);
    e2 --> F2(Epidemiology);
    e3 --> F3(Mathematical Statistics);
    e4 --> F4(Computer Science);
    U --> A(Public Health);
    A(Public Health) --> B(Genetic Epidemiology & Biostatistics);
    F1(Genetics) --> B(Genetic Epidemiology & Biostatistics);
    F2(Epidemiology) --> B(Genetic Epidemiology & Biostatistics);
    F3(Mathematical Statistics) --> B(Genetic Epidemiology & Biostatistics);
    F4(Computer Science) --> B(Genetic Epidemiology & Biostatistics);
    
  2. Presentations. useR!2007, useR!2008, useR!2009, useR!2010, useR!2011, GWAS course, Henry-Stewart and local talks.
  3. Projects. consortium work, other projects, cambridge-ceu GitHub organisation.