Zev Ross, president of ZevRoss Spatial Analysis, has used R on a daily basis for nearly 15 years to conduct data analysis and statistics for clients ranging from nonprofits and local businesses to large agencies, universities and companies. Clients include the World Health Organization, California Department of Public Health, UCLA, Columbia University, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Live Nation Entertainment. Zev has authored or co-authored 30 articles in scientific journals and maintains a popular data science blog where he regularly posts on R-related topics.
He has also been a Visiting Lecturer at Cornell University, served on scientific review panels for the Health Effects Institute and the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research and has been a member of the American Cancer Society’s expert roundtable on Spatial Measures of the Environment.
Zev offers a 1.5 day, in-person R workshop, “Up and Running with R”, designed to provide the solid foundation of experience and skills necessary to work with R independently. The workshop covers the basics of the R language, data manipulation with R, a brief section on statistics and significant coverage of data visualization including use of the powerful R package ggplot2. Zev also offers a 2.5 day, in-person workshop on spatial analysis in R that covers data manipulation, geoprocessing, mapping and statistics on spatial data.
Zev also develops Shiny interactive applications for clients including, most recently, an application for the World Health Organization to visualize and analyze data on global health.
Zev can be available on short notice to provide consulting on data analysis, statistics, data visualization and mapping as well as training in R.
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