As you might remember from my blog post about
ropenaq, I work as a data manager and statistician for an epidemiology project called CHAI for Cardio-vascular health effects of air pollution in Telangana, India. One of our interests in CHAI is determining exposure, and sources of exposure, to PM2.5 which are very small particles in the air that have diverse adverse health effects. You can find more details about CHAI in our recently published protocol paper. In this blog post that partly corresponds to the content of my useR! 2017 lightning talk, I’ll present a package we wrote for dealing with the output of a scientific device, which might remind you of similar issues in your experimental work.
Read the rest at https://ropensci.org/blog/blog/2017/08/29/rtimicropem