Emily Halford Data Science & Mental Health Expert

Emily is a data analyst working in psychiatric epidemiology in New York City. She is a suicide-prevention professional who is enthusiastic about taking a data-driven approach to the mental health field. Emily holds a Master of Public Health from Columbia University.

 
How to Connect a Local R Project to GitHub from a Mac

How to Connect a Local R Project to GitHub from a Mac

It’s fairly straightforward to set up a GitHub connection when creating a new R project.

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Evaluating Linear Relationships

Evaluating Linear Relationships

One of the most common analyses conducted by data scientists is the evaluation of linear relationships between numeric variables.

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Data Science in Mental Health

Data Science in Mental Health

Healthcare data science has been growing rapidly for several years, although the use of data to understand and address mental health problems has lagged behind the rest of the field.

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Google Searches and the U.S. Presidential Election: What the Polls May Have Missed

Google Searches and the U.S. Presidential Election: What the Polls May Have Missed

Most of us here in the U.S. are waiting with bated breath for the results of next week’s enormously consequential presidential election.

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5-Minute Guide to Calling Functions from R Scripts: R Code Tutorial Using Google Trends Data

5-Minute Guide to Calling Functions from R Scripts: R Code Tutorial Using Google Trends Data

You’ve likely heard the popular guideline that if you find yourself copying and pasting code more than 3 times, you should write it as a function.

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