Tercen founder Faris Naji re-joins the R community for a live stream on 22 October 2020.
He presents use-cases for how the Tercen open science framework can handle the operational tasks facing R programmers who have to support large teams of non-programmers.
Particularly those who work in Life Science fields.
In this situation much of the work revolves around user support, generating visuals for publications, and deployments of workflows and data for non-programmers.
Coders are often caught up in operational tasks when they would rather focus on research for data algorithms and new techniques.
Tercen, the scientific data analysis platform, liberates the R programmer by presenting a novel visual computing paradigm coupled with a unique R plug-in architecture and data model.
In addition to this, it brings concepts such as: incremental visualization, data source derivation, and more.