not sure where to start for r studio
i suggest you start with the tidyverse package : type of Data , Data Manipulation,Data Visualization .
thank you. can this assessment be done in r studio?
CANDIDATE PROFIECENCY ASSESSMENT:
SQL KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT
Purpose: Assess the candidate ability to perform basic joins, use of case statement, and understanding data and table relationships.
MMG Patient: Patient whose current PCP (CUR_DOC_ID) is an MMG Doctor.
MMG Doctor: Doctor whose primary department (Line =1) is an MMG department (MMG_DEPT_FLAG =1)
DEPT: DEPT_NAME, DEPT_ID ,MMG_DEPT_FLAG
PROVIDER: DOC_NAME, DOC_ID
PATIENT: PAT_ID , PATIENT, DOB (date of birth), CUR_DOC_ID
DOC DEPT: DOC_ID, LINE, DEPT_ID, MMG_DEPT_FLAG
VISIT: PAT_ID , VISIT_ID, DEPT_ID, VISIT_DOC_ID, VISIT_DATE
The Data that must be produced.
Your output should show
- Only Patients that had a visit
- Visit that happened at MMG dept (MMG_DEPT_FLAG = 1)
- Show both CUR_DOC name and VISIT_DOC Name
- Flag if the CUR_DOC is an MMG Provider (Use the [DOC_DEPT] table, the flag should look at Line = 1 MMG_DEPT_FLAG = 1)
- Create a Flag if the CUR_DOC is the same as VISIT_DOC
- Create Column Age at Visit (in years)
- The Output Must have the following Columns:
PAT_ID, PATIENT, DOB, CUR_DOC (Name), VISIT DATE, VISIT_ID, VISIT DOC (Name), DEPT NAME, VISIT AT MMG (Flag, could be Y/N or 1/0)
,CUR_DOC_MMG (flag see #4, could be Y/N or 1/0), CUR DOC IS VIS DOC (flag see #5, could be Y/N or 1/0), Age at Visit
This seems to be meant to assess your proficiency with SQL, you can run SQL code from R and you can execute SQL scripts from RStudio but this is not specific to the R ecosystem.
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