Using R to Drive Agility in Clinical Reporting
Learn how GSK went about integrating R among its primary statistical analysis tools for clinical reporting
A Case Study for Success
The R language is used extensively throughout the pharmaceutical industry. But its use within the tightly regulated clinical reporting workflows has remained limited. GSK Biostatistics has embarked on a journey to integrate R among its primary statistical analysis tools for clinical reporting.
Enabling R within a global department of over 600 statisticians, programmers and data scientists is challenging. It requires planning, patience, and a strong foundation that enables consistency across the enterprise. We invite you to learn more about how we achieved this at GSK.
You’ll learn about our tidyverse-centric training program, a future-ready Working Area for R Programming (WARP) environment, and a leading-edge R for Clinical Reporting (R4CR) initiative. The goal: help embed R in everyday clinical reporting output.