I come from an electronics engineering background with a master’s degree in “Systems Engineering and Engineering Management”. I currently work as a data scientist at a tech startup. I am most interested in digging deep into data, finding new insights and communicating results effectively.
Comments: I am studying the potential innovation of Artificial Intelligence in businesses and how data analysis can improve the evolution of a company, therefore, I am interested in R and how can I use R libraries.
R-Groups: I participate in a Data Analysis Group through my university department, tutor new R learners, and use R in my research. I am interested in joining R Ladies because of its focus on gender equity in data analysis.
Interests: statistics, scale development, responsible data analysis, meta-analysis, psychotherapy processes and outcomes, gender minority stress, veteran mental health
Interests: language diversification, open data, linguistics, languages, digital humanities, data wrangling
Comments: I come from a non-computer science background and I’ve run intro classes for beginner students and staff in humanities disciplines, people who aren’t even familiar with the very basics of variable assignments, script vs console etc. I focus mainly on trying to bring that potential user group up to speed. I can speak about more sophisticated topics related to phylogenetics and linguistics, but my main interest is trying to get beginners to used basic functions in tidyverse to simplify their lives.
Interests: Broad interests in biology: bioacoustics, genomics, epigenetics, vocal learning as a model for social learning, rapid adaptation to human-induced environmental change; Bridging scientific research between the U.S. and countries traditionally underrepresented in science; Using R as a tool to increase the participation of women and underrepresented minorities in science