Cytel Infographic: 6 Hot Topics from PhUSE 2016

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PhUSE 2016 took place in beautiful Barcelona 9th- 12th October, and brought together a range of experts to tackle the most pressing issues facing statistical programmers today. We asked Cytel participants to share their favourite topics from the sessions they attended and brought them together in the infographic below.

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