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  1. lcsm Public

    An R Package for Latent Change Score Modelling

    R 7

  2. An R package for identifying sudden gains in longitudinal data

    R 4

  3. An R data package with Lower layer Super Output Area (LSOA) population estimates and Indices of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) for England

    R 3

  4. An R package for visualising and analysing the HoNOS (Health of the Nation Outcome Scales)

    R

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October 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in CDU-data-science-team/team-blog that received 2 comments

update structure and add some more txt

… words still missing but coming

+11,263 −157 2 comments
Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository
opensafely/documentation 1 merged
Reviewed 3 pull requests in 1 repository

Created an issue in opensafely/documentation that received 1 comment

Make clearer how to add a codelist to a project

It took me some time to understand how to add codelists to a project. I wasn't sure what to do after reading this sentence. Also I think I got conf…

1 comment
Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository

Joined the The DataLab organization

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Nuffield Dept of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford

Joined the OpenSAFELY organization

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OpenSAFELY

Studies from the OpenSAFELY collaborative. The framework code itself is over at https://github.com/opensafely-core

6 contributions in private repositories Oct 4 – Oct 14

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