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How R and Shiny can fight the pandemic?

 
  
We need to improve our public health systems and this creates opportunities for statisticians. The following post/video describe how R & Shiny made a big difference in the work required to roll out vaccine distribution in West Virginia.

Program (Courses) Announcement for IBC 2022


The 31st International Biometric Conference will be in 11-15 July 2022. Seven Short Course proposals have been selected for presentation on Sunday, 10 July 2022 to set the stage for IBC 2022. Remember that submissions for oral presentations and poster sessions should be submitted through the ScholarOne abstract portal and will be accepted through 30 September 2021.

  
More info: here

Biostatnet: Workshop on Software


There is a Workshop organized by BIOSTATNET in commemoration of the 10th anniversary, and at which some GRBIO members (Klaus and Jordi Cortés) will present their recently developed software packages. Register NOW in the link below to attend the meeting.
 

  Date: June 16, 2021 9:30-14:00 (Online)
Registrationhere
More info and programmehere

Ofertes de feina


BIOSTATISTICIAN. Vall d’Hebron Institute of Research (VHIR), Barcelona. Topic: Clinical Data Specialist. Contract type: 1 year, full time. Salary: depend on experience. More infohere.
BIOSTATISTICIAN. The Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Barcelona - Campus Clinic. Topic: Suport the projects in data management and statistics. Contract type: 1 year, full time. More infohere.
PROFESOR. Departamento Estadística e Investigación Operativa, Universidad de La Rioja. Topic: Profesor Titular de Universidad Interino. Más infoaquí.
BIOSTATISTICIANBiostatistics Research Group (BRG), University of Leicester. Topic: Assistant professor in biostatistics. Contract type: Permanent. Deadline: 14/6/21. More infohere.
BIOSTATISTICIANResearch Unit of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Biodemography (EBB), University of Southern Denmark in Odense, Denmark. Topic: Assistant professor in biostatistics. Contract type: 4 years. Deadline: 20/6/21. More infohere.
PhD STUDENT Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (MEB), Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm. Topic: Biostatistics/Machine Learning. Contract type: full time, temporary position. Deadline: 25/6/21. More infohere.
PhD STUDENTInstitute of Computer Science (ICS) of the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS). Topic: fellowship for a PhD student. Contract type: 24 months. Salary: 27 000 CZK. Deadline: 30/6/21. More infohere.
PhD STUDENTNational Centre for Register-Based Research, Aarhus University, Denmark. Topic: 5 different topics. Salary: 32.048DKK. Deadline: summer 2021. More infohere.

Ciència oberta: 
qui ho paga?

Les Open Society Foundations i la Invest in Open Infrastructure han finançat un informe que té com objectiu entendre millor com operen les OSI de cara a facilitar-ne la seva viabilitat i permanèn-cia. L’informe està fet a partir de les respostes de diferents OSI europees a un extens i complet qüestiona-ri que va rebre respostes de 120 projectes o serveis diferents de 28 països. 

El següent post fa un petit resum dels punts més importants de l'informe.
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The Absurdity of Peer Review

Reporting science differently because it hasn’t been peer reviewed is absurd. None of the classic papers on DNA, nor Einstein’s four in his miracle year, were peer reviewed. Now, scientists write a manuscript detailing their findings and submit it to a journal, where an editor then asks some other scientists, to review the work. On the basis of these reviews the editor makes a decision: accept the paper, ask for revisions, or reject the paper. Getting a paper from that start line of its first submission to the published version can take months. 
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Small mistakes, big impacts

Data analysis is a process with many stages, involving data collection, cleaning, analysis and statistical inference. Errors can creep in at any point. 
To help avoid programming mistakes, clinical researchers, statisticians, or data scientists who perform the data analysis should be equipped with programming skills, exploit the advantages of computational notebooks, and learn from software engineering. 
An article from the Royal Statistical Society that delves into the subject is linked below.
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