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I am a Senior Information Analyst working in Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, a mental health and general health secondary provider. I've been using R for only a couple of years as my main language is SQL.
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My background is in Advanced Analytics and my passions are Machine, Deep Learning, Computer Vision and general programming concepts. I have been using R for 8 years to provide various solutions to a number of my problems. Career wise - I am the Head of Solutions and AI at Draper & Dash, prior to that I worked in the public sector for NHS and Nottinghamshire Police, in various analytical, managerial and programming roles.
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R-Weekly/ R-Bloggers contributor R package developer Occasional conference speaker
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I'm an Intelligence Analyst with Healthcare Evaluation Data (HED), a HED-based benchmarking system provided by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT. Currently completing my PhD with UCL on statistical and machine learning approaches for modelling the NRLS incident reporting data. Spend most of my time in R nowadays, with main interesting in stats and ML modelling techniques, visualisation and teaching/training. Taking the step towards github, blogging etc. but need to finish my thesis first!
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Bahman is a senior lecturer of Management Science at Cardiff Business School (CARBS), Cardiff University, UK. He holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Bordeaux, France. His research involves developing innovative methodologies in forecasting for social good and analysing the value of forecasting in decision making. Bahman launched the “Democratising Forecasting” in 2018 sponsored by the International Institute of Forecasters (IIF) to deliver a series of workshops in developing economies which promotes the importance of forecasting and ‘train the trainers’ on forecasting principles using R. Bahman has also created the Forecasting for Social Good (FSG) initiative sponsored by IIF that aims to explore and expose how (where) forecasting can have some positive societal impact. The objective is of this initiative threefold: i) expose the importance of forecasting for social good ii) capture the otherwise dispersed current state of knowledge and set the agenda to drive developments iii) create and establish research collaborations and partnership at the national and international level.
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Data Analyst at the University of Glasgow. Formerly a Senior Information Analyst at Public Health Scotland.
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Tom is a Senior Healthcare Analyst working at the Strategy Unit. He has worked in the NHS for over 10 years in information roles. Tom has a degree in Computer Science and Pure Mathematics and is a member of The British Computer Society and an Associate Member of the Institute of Mathematics and it's Applications. You can find Tom at github.com/tomjemmett
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