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Stef van B.



Member since:

April 17, 2012

How long have you using R?

Started out with APL, SAS-IML, and S-PLUS, but switched to R about 10 years ago, and plan to stick with it.

What is your profession?

Statistician (TNO Leiden), Professor of Applied Statistics in Prevention (University of Utrecht).

Which industry/business area do you work in?

Applied statistics in public health, growth, epidemiology and related areas


R is a great way to implement and deploy new statistical methods. I co-developed the mice package for multiple imputation of multivariate missing data, and use R for building custom solutions.

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