On the emergence of R as a platform for emergency outbreak response
Karthik Ram is a co-founder of ROpenSci, and a data science fellow at the University of California's Berkeley Institute for Data Science. Karthik primarily works on a project that develops R-based tools to facilitate open science and access to open data.
Lecturer, Imperial College London
About me |
Biostatistician working on disease outbreak response, pathogen population genetics, phylogenetics, and some random other things; R developer of adegenet, adephylo, apex, bmmix, dibbler, geoGraph, outbreaker(2), treescape, vimes, and a few more shameful projects (OutbreakTools, phylobase); organiser of the Hackout series (hackathons for outbreak analysis). |
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