getTBinR: an R package for accessing and summarising the World Health Organisation Tuberculosis data

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Authors Sam Abbott
Journal/Conference Name Journal of Open Source Software
Paper Category
Paper Abstract Developing tools for rapidly accessing and exploring data sets benefits the public health research community by enabling multiple data sets to be combined in a consistent manner, increasing the visibility of key data sets, and providing a framework that can be used to explore key questions of interest. Tooling also reduces the barriers to entry, allowing non-specialists to explore data sets that would otherwise be inaccessible. This widening of access may also lead to new insights and wider interest for key public health issues.
Date of publication 2019
Code Programming Language R

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