You might be wondering “what is Github?” or “why so many people use GitHub?”. Your workplace uses it. Your instructor has probably been telling you to use it. Whatever you do now a day, your path will be crossing with Git on someday.
The most basic description that I can give for Github is that it is a place for version control. It is good for working together with people but working alone is also a pretty good choice to consider using it. Can you imagine every time you update your work and you always have to the previous version…
The selection of population is a very crucial point and an important foundation to find the satisfaction result. To have a population-scale study, the selected population cannot be just anyone. There must be some criteria for those selected populations.
In this discussion, I use this article from The American Journal of Human Genetics, Monoallelic Mutations to DNAJB11 Cause Atypical Autosomal-Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease, Emilie Cornec-Le Gall 2018.
I just got into the habit of reading medical news recently. I used to be in pretty much a tech background and I did not really know how to correctly consume this kind of news. Most of the time I just take what the new tried to explain as it is because just to understand the medical context in the new is already get me worn-out. After some time and some learning through courses, I started to increase my awareness of both the study design and the evidence.
For those of you who are getting into data analysis especially using R programming language, you might wonder that “where should I start?” or “what should I do?” once you finished installing your R and RStudio.
This will pretty much be a very basic tutorial of how to start your first ever exploratory data analysis as I am storytelling you about the first journey of my basic data analysis. If you wanted to follow along feel free to do so but first you need to download the dataset from https://www.kaggle.com/c/titanic/data. I am using the training dataset (train.csv). …