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Jeff Leek
Professor @ JHBSPH, co-editor Simply Statistics, co-editor Biostatistics, co-director JHU Data Science Lab. Views tweeted are my own.
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Jeff Leek 7h
This is cool work leveraging our predicted metadata & really putting in the time to read the papers & extract comprehensive metadata. If you care about brains and gene expression check it out!
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Jeff Leek Apr 24
Replying to @fellgernon
Congrats Leo!! This is wonderful news for you (and for the US!)
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Jeff Leek Apr 20
Replying to @hspter
I totally agree with this. Do you think data literacy is part of civics? It feels like that's a good place for it these days....
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Cecile Janssens Apr 19
Keep in mind when reading articles from the , (future), and other large-scale studies: Larger sample size only affects random error, not systematic error.
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Jeff Leek Apr 19
Replying to @tz33cu @Columbia
Congrats, that's a great choice by !
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Jen Heemstra Apr 19
Being independent means seeking out help instead of waiting for help to seek out you.
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
Its also a testament to awesome technology built by and that let us update/revise/keep these programs fresh for program participants.
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
We like the saying "hard things are hard to do" but Ashley, Shannon and Aboozar have done some really hard things well.
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
We were just reviewing today and participants in our CBDS+ MOOC tutoring program so far have a 100% completion rate for our MOOC series: . Amazing work by & Ashley Johnson that is making low cost education attainable!
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
Ok cool.
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
Would you be interested in partnering with a remote data science startup to help with this work?
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
That's cool! Did you build the front end for it too?
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
It's no long read but it has an awesome diagram!
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Pachá 帕夏 Apr 17
I have a good story: It was my 2nd day in Beijing and I really knew nobody in the city. I realized spreadsheets were not enough for the required deadlines for the internship, so I discovered JHU campus in Shanghai that offered remote R courses...
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
swirl came first :) other than that they are both awesome!
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
We (meaning ) built all of the interactive content in our new program: on swirlstats.
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Julia Silge Apr 17
Replying to @jtleek @noamross and 9 others
When I was learning R, swirl was the thing that worked the best for me, out of everything.
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
Would be awesome to collaborate on an R package for creating swirl modules like this, then we could put up an open source "swirl module" repository so everyone could easily find the content they want....
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
I think could be a format that we could organize around. I keep thinking we could create a converter to pull in already built interactive content.
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Jeff Leek Apr 17
Awesome thanks!
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