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7 Best Practices for Data Visualization

Across every industry and vertical, organizations are increasingly overwhelmed with data. Recognizing its potential value, nearly every company is tracking and storing data in some form. However, you can’t easily explore raw data and extract meaningful conclusions; there’s just too much of it and the format isn’t consumable. That’s where data visualization comes into play....
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Visualizing the Drug Manufacturing Process within the Pharmaceutical Industry

During the Data Science Plenary Panel at Bio-IT World 2018, Tanya Cashorali of TCB Analytics highlighted some innovative use cases for data science in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. These use cases span drug manufacturing, clinical enrollment, and bioinformatics. For an example of one use case, here’s an in-depth look at how we helped Biogen,...
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TCB Analytics to Present at Bio-IT World 2018

TCB Analytics is excited to participate in Bio-IT World 2018. Running from May 15-17 in Boston, the conference covers leading technology trends in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Program tracks include everything from data computing and machine learning, to bioinformatics and clinical genomics. If you’re interested in attending and haven’t already registered, there’s still time...
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TCB Analytics to Present on Shiny Application Development at RStudio::Conf 2018

We are excited to attend our first RStudio conference in San Diego, CA this year. There is an all-star line-up of speakers including: JD Long – “The unreasonable effectiveness of empathy” Mara Averick – “Phrasing: communicating data science through tweets, gifs, and classic misdirection” David Robinson – “Teach the Tidyverse to beginners” There is also...
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Tanya Cashorali Presents at Strata 2017 in NYC on How to Hire and Test for Data Skills

Most people agree that interviewing is one of the most difficult and least enjoyable professional activities. Given the recent demand for data analytics and data science skills, it has become an increasingly daunting task for managers to adequately test and qualify candidates. Interviewing hundreds of individuals of varying backgrounds requires a more efficient way of...
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