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  1. mrrobust Public

    Stata package for two-sample Mendelian randomization analyses using summary data

    Stata 14 8

  2. bpbounds Public

    R package implementing nonparametric bounds for the ACE due to Balke and Pearl, JASA, 1997

    R 1

  3. Useful functions for one sample Mendelian randomization and Instrumental Variable analyses


  4. Useful Stata programs for one sample Mendelian randomization / instrumental variable analyses


  5. Bayesian implementation of IVW and MR-Egger models

    R 2 1

  6. Causal Inference: What If. R and Stata code for Exercises

    RMarkdown 43 32

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November 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in alexkaratarakis/gitattributes that received 1 comment

Correct the setting for R Markdown files

Thanks for this very nice repo. This fixes the setting for R Markdown files. RMarkdown is in fact defined as a language in the Linguist languages.yml

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remlapmot/OneSampleMR 1 merged
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
remlapmot/os-bristol-best-practice 1 pull request

Created an issue in opensafely/documentation that received 4 comments

Python installation on Windows: would recommending a standard or Microsoft Store installation instead of Anaconda be easier for new Python users?

Currently the docs, here, suggest Windows users to install Anaconda to obtain Python. This can cause the following confusion for users who are new …

169 contributions in private repositories Nov 1 – Nov 25

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