I am a graduate of UC Davis with a B.S. degree in psychology and statistics. I work for the UW Madison Education Research Center as a programmer/analyst.
Before UW Madison, I spent over six years working for the UC Davis MIND Institute as a R programmer and data analyst for an Autism early detection study. I was also funded by a larger consortium of Autism research studies from around the world doing similar research to manage a centralized database of longitudinal behavioral data for use in collaborative projects.
My resume can be viewed here.
Take a look at my github repo. It houses my personal R package (“Imisc”) which is poorly documented and may remain so indefinitely. Also see the repo “aip-analysis” which is a project I started in late 2014 in conjunction with the UC Davis e-Pak Ag. It is a shiny app (still in active development) designed to help agricultural students in Pakistani universities analyze their data and teach them R at the same time. You can take a look at that and a few other shiny apps in my shiny playground.
And my other blog, FAUXKTRENDS, which focuses on analyzing some OkCupid data I’ve been scraping.
I am very good with a slingshot, I can (and do) cook just about anything in a waffle iron, and once upon a time I was awesomely mediocre at playing and recording music. Currently, my guitar, drums, mandolin, and ukulele playing fall just short of dreadful. I can be a bit self-deprecating at times.
Feel free to contact me using the form below.