Tyson Barrett

I am a Research Assistant Professor at Utah State University in clinical and social data science. My work addresses the research data analytic needs of the college. My emphasis is in the use of R to work with complex data sets. In addition to my own research, I consult on data science issues for the college (including public health, education, psychology, and other social sciences). In addition to the research and consulting aspects of my position, I also teach statistics and research methods courses. However, my favorite course to teach is an Intro to R course and an Intermediate R course for undergraduate and graduate students.


List-columns in data.table: Reducing the cognitive & computational burden of complex data

rstudio::conf 2020

List-columns in data.table: Reducing the cognitive & computational burden of complex data

January 31, 2020

The use of list-columns in data frames and tibbles is well documented (e.g. Bryan, 2018), providing a cognitively efficient way to organize results of complex data (e.g. several statistical models...