{relay}: an R Package for workflows

If I was being presumptuous, I would assume that the R programming language is primarily used for scripting tasks, especially in the field of Public Health. The R language is definitely capable of more complex tasks but, in terms of day-to-day use, creating scripts is most commonplace. Part of this is because R excels in this area, making it very easy for data analysts and epidemiologists to create reports quickly without the requirement to deeply understand software engineering principles and concepts.

{farrago}: an R Package of odds-and-ends

After working with R both professionally and through hobby projects I have accumulated an assortment of coding ‘odds-and-ends’, snippets that I have found useful enough to collate and document. {farrago} is an R package serving as a personal collection of tools to assist with data workflows and analysis, with a focus on health surveillance and epidemiological data; however, it may have utility to other audiences as well.