This hands-on workshop will introduce users of the R software environment to the techniques involved in generating reproducible, dynamic data analyses and reports. Using literate programming approaches, participants will learn to build automated reusable reports in R.
Justin has previously worked as a biometrician and biostatistician for the CSIRO, the University of New England, and the Queensland Institute of Medical Research. He has also worked at the Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection modelling climate change and Griffith University modelling koala GPS tracking data.
At QFAB Justin undertakes clinical biostatistical consulting and statistical analysis and programming.
He is a member of the Statistical Society of Australia and the UQ Friends of Antiquities.
- Statistical approaches to analyse high throughput data
- Analysis of longitudinal data
- Analysis of spatial data
- Linkages between ancient Assyrian, Egyptian, and Hebrew texts
- Master of Scientific Studies, University of Queensland – Computational Statistics